Less contrasting chaotic pattern board.
I collected all scrap in my shop and made three large end grain cutting boards.
I used eight wood species: oak, ash, walnut, maple, padauk, sapele, cherry and hornbeam. All woods I worked with last month.
The pattern is less contrasting because of use a lot of medium tone woods - oak, ash and cherry.
I made three additional cuts, so the pieces of wood are small enough.
Is it better?
If only I had enough space in my kitchen for such a large boards, I'd buy one in a heartbeat! Looks great.
The board from previous thread makes me a little bit dizzy, but this one does not
I rarely sell large boards. Greatest demand is for small boards 300-400 mm in length
Originally Posted by icanhaschzbrgr
I like it. The first one was more like a show piece in an ultra-modern kitchen, something to impress the neighbors because it is so crazy This here looks more like an jnteresting but functional work board. All very subjective, of course. Definitely a good use of leftovers.
The first one was an order. The customer wanted exactly walnut, maple and cherry.
Originally Posted by apicius9
I like it a lot. Wish there was a way to ship these to Australia.
I can ship it. But the shipping costs to Australia are high enough - http://mtmwood.com/shipping_terms.php
Originally Posted by rami_m
The board dimensions are 420x365x40 mm, weight - 5 kg.
What is the size of these boards are they still avabile and what is the price ?
Canada's Sharpest Lefty
I really wish I had one of your boards, Andrei. They are beautiful.
I just uploaded them on the website - http://mtmwood.com/index.php?route=p...product_id=708
Originally Posted by Nuts63
All prices are in roubles and in English version they are automatically converted in USD depending on the current exchange rate. So prices in USD may vary.