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Re: cutting board
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cutting board *PIC* ()

William Duffield
It is pretty clear that you turned the chopper on two centers, one for the rim and one for the bottom of the bowl. It appears that the "well" is at a lower level than the bottom (chopping surface). How do you prefer to hollow the well?

I am asking because I am trying to figure out how to make matching cutting boards for some ulu knife kits I'm working on. For chopping nuts, I think I need to make the walls higher than on yours, to stop flying shrapnel. I would also like to shape the bottom and sides so that the ulu knife can scrape them clean, and into a bowl.

For mine, I have a few more design criteria that I'm working on, but discussing any more of them at this point would only confuse the current discussion.

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