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New cutting board.

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From my shop to my kitchen.  The new boards first run.

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Looks good! Maple?

 

I'd think that it must be just a little more 'satisfying' to prep food on a board you made yourself. :-)

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The board is made of white oak.  I made it with the traditional butcher block method of end grain up.  I use the board everyday and it is nice to use the one I made.  I also like the size 15.5 " X 19" it allows me to chop veg for a 2 person stir fry and keep it all on the board.
 

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What kind of glue did you use?

 

Looks quite nice, thanks for sharing.  Might have to make one myself... although I don't have a thickness planer.

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I used epoxy for this board.  When I ran a cabinet shop and made boards we used Titebond II, Gorilla glue would work well also. Most small pro woodshops will plane your lumber for not very much.
 

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