Thanks all !! and Marko They will not be as perfect as yours
More of a rustic stile and with some natural edge etc.
Yeah i had that bug for some time now, just used it for stone storage.
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Messing around with another Mag rack.
So found out couple of things. My racks that will be for sale will have fixed screws to hold a rack as this hidden screws is way unstable and dose eventually come bit loose and will move rack when taking of the knives
Also have some Brass count coming with my Logo to imbed to the wood of that little sharpening man you see in my avatar
The magstrip look great, Maxim!
Wonder if it comes loaded with the arsenal pictured above?
once in a while you get shown the light, in the strangest of places if you look at it right
Looks very nice Maxim, reminds me I really need one of these.
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How about that? I have about 4' x 20" x 3" thick Silver Maple at home I've been waiting to get planed for me so I can make one (or two) boards of the same style. Great minds think alike.
Honestly i think now that Maple might be the best material out the for whole wood cutting boards. Very very tight grains with almost no suction at all, and still very mild on edge and not to hard.
The rack is from rock Maple that one was super Hard beast hehe maybe hardest Maple i ever tried, might be bit to hard for cutting board. Thats why i use EU maple for cutting boards