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Thread: Dizzying cutting board

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    Dizzying cutting board

    So I've taken up cutting boards as a new way to express myself. Over 400 pieces, made of Jatoba, hard Maple and Cocobola. Please enjoy.
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    She's a beauty!!

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    Can't decide if it's leaving ,or coming after me ! Beautiful and interesting object...but I would make any buyer sign a
    liability waiver !

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    I'd be afraid actually using it may cause me to cut of a finger.

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    "Esher" I could come to love that... LOL Very nice work!
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    The most expensive tool is the one you buy "cheaply" and often...

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    Very cool, it will be talked about for years I'm sure.

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    I painted a painting like that on my bedroom wall when I was in high school. Making it out of wood multiplies the challenge immensely. Very well done.

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    A work of art. Did you need much time to design it? Thanks for sharing.
    Rustic? Well, no. That was not my intention!

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    Nicely done. When you open the larger image it looks like you are entering a black hole. (Not that I have firsthand knowledge, though).

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    love the outside border or frame; what species it the frame/border?

    thank you, patrick

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    Thanks everyone, the border is Cocobola, hard Maple and Jatoba. Been using it for a few weeks now and not a trace of a mark anywhere.
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    Eventually I want to turn a platter using one of these on my lathe.
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