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Lets face it: if you’re an accomplished woodworker, a cutting board isn’t exactly the most exciting of projects to produce. That is unless you’re Canadian craftsman Scott Lewis. Lewis—who also moonlights as a video producer—constructs a large cutting board adorned with beautiful intersecting curves of contrasting woods in this self-produced video.
By combining a router, bearing guided bits, and a bandsaw, Lewis is able to pull off a head-scratching design with relative ease. If you’re in search of a bit of woodworking inspiration, look no further. You’ve found it right here.
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For even more inspiring woodworking video, be sure to check out Lewis’ piece on Incredible Bendable Wood.
(source for the 3/4 in. fluting bit used to make the finger grips)
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