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    Some Cutting Boards

    I'm working out of a shipping container. I live in a condo so a real shop is out of the question. The container's insulated, air conditioned, heated and "efficient." It's in the "back yard" of my powder coating business. Keeps me off the streets! Here a some boards I've done for friends.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails JeriLee4.jpg   PattiSue5.jpg   Jan1.jpg   JennaRyan.jpg   JRM Stand 1.jpg  

    Two Species Large3.jpg  
    Cut to Print, grind to fit, paint to match

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    Nice work Gary
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    Very nice, Gary. Are you using a laser for the inlay?
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    Very fine and unique boards.
    I was hoping someone else would ask first so I don't look too iggerant.
    Oh, well.....wats the arch thingy?
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    I am glad you asked first, Frank. Whatever it is, it looks nice.

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    Very nice!

    So how are you doing the inlay?

    The archy thing, come on Frank, are you telling me that YOU don't know what that is.....?

    Boy I thought you would figure it out right away

    .............. yeah, I don't know what it is either

    Maybe a plate stand, or even a drying rack/stand for a cutting board?
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    Geeze guys, the archy thingy is a replica of St. Louie's Arch but it belongs to John R Monkeyshines or something... Really neat boards and interesting archy ...

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    very nicly done inlays... and i too am waiting to see what yu do with the archy thing???

    also that back drop that appears to be another cuttin board blank, are yu tryun for the giness book with the number of pieces in one cuttin board??? WOW
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    Very nice Gary!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Ablett View Post
    Very nice!

    So how are you doing the inlay?

    The archy thing, come on Frank, are you telling me that YOU don't know what that is.....?

    Boy I thought you would figure it out right away

    .............. yeah, I don't know what it is either

    Maybe a plate stand, or even a drying rack/stand for a cutting board?
    Come on Stu it is a JRM stand, ummm for satnding your JRM's on. Geeezzz

    Very nice work Gary. looking forward to hearing how you did the inlay (and the story of what the archy thing is).

    Very nice work
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