V bit Inlay

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    Bill N.
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    After several cuts in foam…time for wood. Other than failing to align the wood grain I am pretty happy with the results. Shout out to SomeOldGuyCoding. Followed his videos for V bit inlay and tool changes.

     

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    mulze32
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    I need to watch more Old Guy Coding videos. Planning on doing an inlay soon. Yours looks awesome though!

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    Ryan
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    Almost perfect, WOW!

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    Bill N.
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    This cutting board was also done with V bit inlay. I am happy with the results but some of the inlays with sharp points are fairly thin at the point. These could chip out after the cutting board gets well used. I used plenty of glue so hopefully his won’t be a problem. Made with maple and walnut and butcher block oil.12×18

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    Brent
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    Wow, excellent outcome with those.  I’ll have to have a look at this technique.

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    #105818

    Jamie
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    Very nice! I can appreciate those pointy features.

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    #105866

    Ryan
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    Super impressive!

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