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something for your tray phase should you get into another one...

BUTTERFLY CUTTING BOARD

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This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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That was amazing.

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I can't imagine the patience required. First thing I noticed in the video was the use of the short rip fence. Gotta try that.

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Wow. That was amazing. I suppose there is no limit to what someone (not me) can do with cutting boards.
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something for your tray phase should you get into another one...

BUTTERFLY CUTTING BOARD

https://www.youtube.com/watch?featur...&v=gliOZyHkdps
Thanks Stick, My cousin Paul just made a couple of those. as trays. I didn't quite understand the procedure until I saw this video.

There is a lot more to it than that,planning out the sequences to laying up the strips is a big part of it. This video makes it look rather simple,and the ripping and glueing is sort of basic. but getting the right thickness strips in the right sequence is the key to success.
From what I understand a fellow from Russia came up with this idea and it hit the forums like wildfire. My cousin made a computerized program in Design-Cad that you can make your design and rearrange the colors and sizes of blocks in any pattern to come up with whatever you wish.
It is very unique because it is an optical illusion. Your eye does the bending of the lines.

As was pointed out this also was a good demonstration of the "short Fence" in operation. Just recently we had a discussion about that,only in this case it was a short fence, not one that slides from long to short. As you can see the end of the fence stops just at the teeth on the saw blade. and the rip falls harmlessly onto the table top.

What a shop this guy has. Another thing I noticed was that he was running end-grain and side-grain crosswise through the planer. I have always been told that is a no-no. That is like crosscutting a board and running it sideways thru the planner. Hmmmm. Maybe I am wrong, maybe that is a drumsander?

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i thought it sounded like a planer and he sanded afterwards. Maybe because it's glued into a panel you can get away with it.

Someone I consider a master woodworker once told me that a master woodworker is not someone who never makes mistakes. He is someone who is able to cover them up so that no one can tell.
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I am mezmerized by it. But I am sure I can do it, maybe,,,I think,,,hmmm.



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LMAO HOHOHOHO, For I minute I thought it was Rainman impersonation . HahhahaHAHA

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Andrei is an amazing designer and builder. Yes he runs the end grain cutting boards thru the planer. I have done this many times, you have to be sure to take very small amounts off at a time and use a backer board or you will get lots of chip outs.
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That's amazing.
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