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Offline Green Koolaide

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Using OF1010 to make sloped juice grove in cutting board
« on: August 27, 2018, 08:38 PM »
Has anyone done this? Did you use a rail ?
My goal is to make a juice grove that drains fluid from the center of the board towards the outer most grove.

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Online tjbnwi

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Re: Using OF1010 to make sloped juice grove in cutting board
« Reply #1 on: August 27, 2018, 10:05 PM »
Make a tapper jig, use a template bushing.

The 1010 will work just fine.

Tom

Offline Cheese

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Re: Using OF1010 to make sloped juice grove in cutting board
« Reply #2 on: August 28, 2018, 09:53 AM »
Has anyone done this?
My goal is to make a juice grove that drains fluid from the center of the board towards the outer most grove.

I haven't but if I needed to, I'd use the MFS with a template bushing, a spacer (could be a Woodpeckers setup block, that gives you a wide choice of heights), some 2-sided tape, a bowl bit and a couple of clamps.  [smile]

Offline Naildrivingman

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Re: Using OF1010 to make sloped juice grove in cutting board
« Reply #3 on: September 01, 2018, 06:04 AM »
Has anyone done this?
My goal is to make a juice grove that drains fluid from the center of the board towards the outer most grove.
I haven't but if I needed to, I'd use the MFS with a template bushing, a spacer (could be a Woodpeckers setup block, that gives you a wide choice of heights), some 2-sided tape, a bowl bit and a couple of clamps.  [smile]
I believe it was @Brice Burrell who posted a very useful and comprehensive guide to the MFS system here on the FOG.  If you search MFS here you should find it.

The technique you are hoping to perform is in that tutorial. That should get you pointed in the right direction.  The two previous replies are correct as well.  The video links simply aid in visually explaining the process. The MFS isn’t absolutely necessary, but it will make the end result easier to achieve.
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Offline Cheese

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Re: Using OF1010 to make sloped juice grove in cutting board
« Reply #4 on: September 02, 2018, 11:17 AM »
Just thinking, that if the bowl bit radius is too large, you can always use a corner radius end mill instead.

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Offline rst

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Re: Using OF1010 to make sloped juice grove in cutting board
« Reply #5 on: September 02, 2018, 12:40 PM »
Ball end router bit or end mill.  Ball end router bits are available, I have at least four sizes.  Probably Freud but I'm sure lots of manufacturers have them.