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Dallas Powers

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Dallas Powers

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A Wenge/Spalted Maple magnetic knife holder

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1

Inlay parts

Cut the design out in easle, one part cut out with a fill cut and the other with an outside cut.

2

Glue up

Glue the two parts together and then use a planer or sand to get the two wood cuts level.

3

Add magnets

Use a forstner bit or easel to cut out holes in the back of the board to place the magnets. Then glue them in place.

Peter James
Beautiful!
Peter James
Marcella
Love it
Marcella
Gary Linn
Very creative! Any chance you could add a pix showing details of your vacuuming system? I'm planning on using a Makita router and these "lock line" tubes, but, the devil is in the details of mounting and connecting to a vac. Thanks!
Gary Linn
Jason Bair
What kind of magnets did you need to use to hold the knives?
Jason Bair
Dallas Powers
For magnets, there are 20, 3/4 x 1/8 inch disc magnets from K&J Magnetics. I wrote up a project for the Loc-line here: https://www.inventables.com/projects/line-loc-pipe-clamp
Dallas Powers
Chase Bean
Looks great. I second Gary Linn, what is that vacuum system you are working with?
Chase Bean
Michael Wilcox
did you sand down the second part cause it looks much bigger
Michael Wilcox