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Thread: How to Make a Chaotic Pattern Endgreain Cutting Board

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    How to Make a Chaotic Pattern Endgreain Cutting Board

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uKkxmYH55Tk#t=445

    In Russian, but you should get an idea. Really cool stuff, though I would not make one myself. I guess damascus process uses the same principle.


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    Looks cool but I would not want all the added glue required to make it. Even a high quality glue like Titebond III would be rougher on the edge of the blade then end grain wood.

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    Very cool board.
    I really like the random chaotic design.
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    very cool look to it! thanks for sharing.
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    That was very, very cool. Thanks for sharing that. Inspirational. -m

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    I'd have a seizure if I had to work on that board! Now, the Escher-esque 3D board...I could live with that.
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    3D figure boards these guys make will make you dizzy in a flash.

    Yes, too many glue lines for my taste, but remarkable workmanship. Also, judging from the process (and commentary), these guys know what they are doing. That's quality work no doubts about it, but the boards are constructed from smaller planks and will have a larger number of glue lines.

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    I was thinking that if they kept the glue on one side to make the glue stay inside, and not on the ends would be beneficial. I myself was thinking about how much glue would be used.
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    Interesting. But far to labor intensive to be cost effective IMHO. Also, he left out some vital details in the video that might have been explained in the audio which I can't translate. But still an interesting process which gives me some ideas for the future.

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