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    Wall Mounted Knife Blocks - New Possible Product

    Hi folks,
    a while back Dave (theBoardSmith) suggested that I make knife blocks. At that time I wasn't interested, but now I am considering offering a wall mount model, similar to one he made. It going to be 4" deep, 12 tall and will accommodate 10 knives.

    Any interest for these?

    Counter-top magnetic blocks are coming as well, but wall mount might be a good option for folks who want knives securely stored (out of the reach of children, cats, etc).

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    I've been looking for the "one" wall mounted block, would really like to see what you come up with. I'm fairly certain it will exceed expectations

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    Definite interest, do you have any sketches or pictures?
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    The design is similar to Dave's design where you have knife slots perpendicular to the face of the block. I will offset them so the slots are not in the same line, but basically, the block is going to be rectangular in shape, the face will be 3/8" thick some figured wood (thinking birdseye maple) and the back will have a mounting hardware. The middle will be plain wood of the same species.

    I can make the block 3.5" deep if I use keyhole mounting hardware, or 4" deep with same hanging hardware as Dave used to make his.


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