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Old 07-04-2011, 07:46 PM   #1
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Made from 1/2 in. bamboo. and finished with semigloss lacquer.

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Love the grain of the wood. Looks like it is raining. Nicely done.
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Very nice DW!! What the bamboo like to work with and where do you get it?? Looks really cool cut! Thanks for sharing!
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Very nice DW!! What the bamboo like to work with and where do you get it?? Looks really cool cut! Thanks for sharing!
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Bamboo is very easy to cut ... it can splinter though so cutting with a reverse tooth blade is advisable. Bamboo is a type of woody grass so you will not get huge hunks of wood to work with. I have been using 1/2 thick cutting boards that I got real cheap at my local Walmart. All the cutting boards I have seen are glue ups and the thicker ones tend to have large voids so I have been keeping to the 1/2 in stuff. It takes a finish really well.

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