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Countertop inspired by Scotty Lewis in issue #233

comments (4) December 27th, 2013 in Reader's Gallery

erik_carroll erik_carroll, member
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White oak butcher block with a cherry boarder, walnut, maple and cherry laminations and maple and walnut banding.

Design or Plan used: My own design

posted in: Reader's Gallery, cherry, walnut, maple, Oak, Butcher block, counter, bent laminated

Comments (4)

erik_carroll erik_carroll writes: Thanks for advertising...(sarcasm)

Posted: 7:23 pm on January 22nd

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Posted: 7:06 am on January 2nd

erik_carroll erik_carroll writes: Thanks! I was working at a cabinet shop for a while and was able to use their thickness sander. But initially I roughed it flat with a router jig (Nick Offerman) and cleaned it up by hand.
Posted: 7:46 pm on December 29th

Adam_Can Adam_Can writes: Cool! Looks nice! I'm curious did you have a planner or jointer big enough to run the whole thing through or did you have to level thing by hand?
Posted: 11:35 am on December 29th

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