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    Unhappy 3D cutting boards

    Hi if anyone has info. On 3D cutting boards
    With measurements and thicknesses I new to
    This and need as much info as possible. Thanks Vic.

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    I wrote this quick tutorial years ago. There are no dimensions, because those can vary a lot, depending on the size of board you want and the size of lumber you have available. You can create a mockup with paper pieces cut to size to get an idea of the dimensions you want to use.

    http://workingwoods.com/3-D_Board_Tutorial.htm
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    I've seen it before, but thanks for posting your tutorial again Vaughn! Gotta try one of those soon.
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    Just a note...in the photos I show a "60 jig" that has caused confusion with some folks. Measured one way, it's 60...measured another it's 30. At the end of the day I don't think the actual angle matters a lot. It just needs to be consistent.
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    Excellent! I'll have to do that, this year.
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    I made a couple of boards using Vaughn's tutorial. They turned out great!

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    heres a picture of the one im currently working on
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    following this writeup
    http://lumberjocks.com/jfk4032/blog/39386

    the blocks arent glued together yet. just lined up sittin on my ts

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    Thanks for the tutorial, but that thing made me dizzy....
    Chuck
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