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    drunken cheese boards project

    and another project started! these will be 4 walnut and maple drunken cheese boards.
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    So, how drunk did you got to have? *hic*
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    got a bit of a start on this tonight. got everything cut to size, and ran out of steam. still to come, planing to equal thickness, and a ride on the band saw.
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    got back to this one today. finished all the necessary planing, and used double sided tape to hold the maple and walnut together. did the first cuts, and glued them up. when set, took the blanks for a ride on the planer to smooth them out a bit. taped them back together again, and did the second cuts, and glued them up. they turned out pretty good for a first go round.
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    Really like those. Great job. Can I steal the idea?
    David

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    only if you improve it.... lol
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    Dan I would say they came out great. I think this is a great new sn on the cutting board. Well done.
    cheers

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    That's a drunken cheese board, a monitor stand, a tortnera, all at the same time! You the man. And nice work to.

    Bill

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    Those came out very nicely, Dan. I'll be logging the idea for future projects.
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    When I saw the first part of this thread, I was trying to figger out the drunk part. But as I went down I saw why. That is outstanding work and idea. You seem to have that project down real well!

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