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    WIP - End-Grain Cutting Board

    Completed this one today. Cherry, 15.6x23.25x2"
    Will take better pictures when bring it home from the shop.






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    Very nice, Marko. You've been busy.

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    Catching up on work, but not fast enough...


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    That looks good, thanks for sharing.

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    Wow that looks great!

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    Thanks, guys. This one is out of the door, my next is two-tone.

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    Looking good Marko! Did you sort out your water problem in the shop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim View Post
    Looking good Marko! Did you sort out your water problem in the shop?
    Yes. I only got about 3/4" that day. One sump pump failed and that contributed greatly to the flooding and gave me a leverage to push the landlord to install 2 additional sump pumps. I ended up wiring my room with temperature and humidity sensors. It's all good now.

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    Good news. Water is a *****!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim View Post
    Good news. Water is a *****!
    I can tolerate cold or heat, but not humidity and dampness.

    When I moved it, I installed an industrial exhaust fan, which among other things (fumes from oil quenching, for example) is excellent at reducing humidity level.


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