Insane Cutting Board Build || End Grain Cutting Board How To how to

Insane Cutting Board Build || End Grain Cutting Board How To #buildempire


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Grow your best beard today and take 20% off your first order when you go to and use code bourbonmoth. Watch me make this Insane cutting board. Its an End grain cutting board how to…..kind of.

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  1. Seriously, I never touch my router or table saw without wearing gloves. Gloves have saved my fingers a few times.

  2. Josué Oliveira

    This has to be the most gorgeous cutting table ever, doesn’t even look real, it’s to perfect 😍

  3. Save yourself 5 hours of routing and run them against the sander. putting epoxy between everything anyways.

  4. John MacGregor

    This is a beautiful piece, thanks for the work you do, it is always inspiring. I liked the natural side after the oiling. ONE CONCERN might be using a knife on the epoxy side and having chips of the epoxy end up in your food. I might only use that side for serving.

  5. I love the project, turned out amazing. But I can’t help thinking this is the perfect job for a scroll sa and small sander drum if necessary to finish

  6. First, the board looks awesome. You never fail to amaze me in the lengths and time you are willing to pour into a project. Second, I am so glad that you were willing to “lower” yourself to make a cutting board. I make lots of stuff, but I actually enjoy making them in between projects. I think you should make othe small projects. Your attention to detail will make them successful.
    One thing I would Ward against on the board you made is that using apoxy is kind of risky. Basically, with a wooden surface, when you use it, you might get micro fibers of cut wood in your food. Fiber, no big deal. But, with apoxy, now you are going to get pieces of plastic in your food. Not that it is going to kill anyone, “this too, shall pass”.
    In closing, I do appreciate the fact that you are making stuff. To many of the woodworking youtibers have turned their channel into a “product review channel” or an editorial piece. They forgot what made them what they are today. Please don’t ever forget.
    Oh, one question. . . Duck, or Beaver?

  7. Very unique, came out awesome! I prefer the side without epoxy.

  8. Richard Recupero

    I hate cutting boards like you hate river tables.

  9. Dustin Deuling

    Your growing up, almost cut your finger off and dabbled in the dark art of epoxy.

  10. Or you could have just bought a longer bit!!!!!!😅

  11. Patrick Kurtz

    Lol the tree house fell down didn’t it

  12. Robert Schmidt

    Don’t show anyone the board. You’ll be busy making more.

  13. Craig Pickup

    I’m curious how the epoxy holds up under use. Does it still look good after multiple cuts? Does the epoxy blunt the knife edge?

  14. I was thinking in the beginning, maybe a better way to do this would be to glue up your boards into long blanks. Then maybe round over the whole thing on the lathe. Then make the two cove cuts on the table saw like I think you showed once on a tips and tricks video. Afterwards, just cross-cut your pieces. I realize it might be hard to get it exactlybround on the lathe so it may not work perfectly, but it was a thought I had.

  15. What about the tree house 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  16. Lovely old job epoxy up

  17. Better looking side without epoxy. Great work Jason. I am waiting for more project like this one.

  18. Did you consider using the Shaper Origin for the initial shape? I don’t know if that would have saved much time though.

  19. Really Horrible Enterprises

    I make these, but use a hole saw without the center bit and a slightly different size to make the second cut so that they all fit. You can cut all the circles out of a large piece that’s easier and safer to clamp to your drill press table and make a custom clamp to cut out the cheeks.

  20. Scott Wemlinger

    Sick dude

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