Just a little variation..

For some the end grain board is fairly basic… so just as a little variation I have made another… with bevel rips of 30 degrees and 15 degrees…

I have cut some slices on the end of each to show…

The outer pieces have bevel rips on one side… at 30 degrees…

The Centre piece has rip bevels at 15 degrees…

So that means the remaining two pieces have bevels of 15 and 30 degrees….

Wet with mineral turpentine to show the colour of the end grain… gotta love that Huon… and the Camphor is pretty spectacular too…

This is just a quick dry fit… you can see just how tight the joints are going to be…

Well that’s it for the intermediate part… all the rest will be similar if not the same as the beginner board…

Sorry no video… needed a rest… that video stuff takes a lot of time…would be ok if that was all I did.. but as you know I am growing a beard…LOL

About Lazy Larry

Just a woodworker sharing some of the things learnt the hard way... so you don't make the same mistakes...
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One Response to Just a little variation..

  1. Michael Wurm says:

    Larry, do you have to make cauls to keep the pieces from slipping up or down on the beveled boards during glue up, or do the clamps themselves keep them in place? Thanks, mike

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