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    Evening shop shots... cutting boards in progress

    The holly-daze are coming up, by my count about 93 days or so... and I wanted something 'easy' to do... so I started in by dressing up a 7' 5/4 cherry board into this:

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    several 'shorts' also got in the mix, including a SOLID chunk of twisty maple.. no pics of that by itself, but I think I'm going to make a mostly maple end grain board out of it, depends on how it does after I glue it up tomorrow.

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    wrapped up around 9pm with this little pile of stock waiting to be planed to thickness. they've been jointed on adjacent sides at this point

    I also oiled up one of the boxes I started last weekend. Maple box with Chocolate top.
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    -Ned

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    Hi Ned,

    Have fun with your projects!

    It sure is nice when you have enough lumber laying around to achieve something.

    Enjoy,

    JimB
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    Thanks Jim,
    Lumber I've got... boy do I ever!

    there's the current working pile, planed and sorted...

    three boards worth, plus at least 2 more yet to be cut to length... and a new push stick for ripping/jointing duties... and a couple of the small boxes I've been working on.
    -Ned

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    Looking good Ned
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    Looks like you've been busy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Gibson View Post
    Looking good Ned
    Thanks Bob!
    Quote Originally Posted by Darren Wright View Post
    Looks like you've been busy.
    Yep, trying to get out there every day for at least an hour or two!
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    what ever happened to the box of pen blanks that was being shipped around? did everyone get there shot at it?
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    Larry,
    boy that was ages ago, and last I knew it made the full cycle.
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    maybe we should call larry cleveland from now on.
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    made some progress on the cutting boards, as you can see I'm in no particular rush on these... especially after the kickback on Saturday. *sigh* that being said, I decided to get back on the horse. SO:

    some photos of the boards in progress, a view of my 'new' lumber rack (screwed a couple of cross pieces to my sheet goods rack), plus a new angle on my venerable 3612.


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    -Ned

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