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I need a 15-1/2 x 12 x 3/4” inch thick cutting board for my Hallett.. anyone know where I can get one?
 

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I need to find the contact info, but we have a guy we use that does all custom ones for our clients. Would be cool with the Hallett logo in it. Quick turn around also.

Let me find it.
 

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I need to find the contact info, but we have a guy we use that does all custom ones for our clients. Would be cool with the Hallett logo in it. Quick turn around also.

Let me find it.
I could be interested in one as well...
 

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I have just taken the standard ones from Wallyworld, and then used a bandsaw to cut to fit. I use a flapper wheel to radius the edges to match. Only on the white (hdpe?) boards though...I suck with finish carpentry stuff.
 

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Woods and goods 1050 lake Havasu ave suite g can make you one
 

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I need to find the contact info, but we have a guy we use that does all custom ones for our clients. Would be cool with the Hallett logo in it. Quick turn around also.

Let me find it.
Thanks in advance! If they could put a logo in it and writing that would be awesome as well.

I’m putting two cabinet handles on it so it will double as a cooler lid and a serving tray.
 

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My sisters girlified makes some sweet hardwood ones, but she is in idaho and not sure how long it would take to get one.
 

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You can use corian product for cutting boards. Its only 3/8 thick, but you can glue to pieces together and make it seamless, solid surface. Cuts and routers just like wood.
 

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I’d like it to be butcher block or solid wood
 

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If you can't have it made exactly as wanted online I'll be very surprised
I looked around for about ten minutes before I put the thread up.. I always came up short at the last minute in all the places I tried.. something wouldn’t be right.

I know there are people on here that custom
Make them or have friends that do, honestly I’d rather give my $$ to them anyways
 

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Well I guess you shouldn't have run whiteworks out of here. :p I make custom cutting boards once in a while, when I have some left over wood. Let me see what I have in the bin. I don't have the equipment to router or engrave the Hallet new. I'm interested where you are going to put it. Where is it going to fit in my 270?
 

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How fast do you need it? The fil makes boos block grade cutting boards for fun from left over projects. Has a 5 axis router and all..... I'll have to find the pictures of a harley davidson themed kitchen he did for a couple in chino. Shit was absurd lol
 

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Thanks in advance! If they could put a logo in it and writing that would be awesome as well.

I’m putting two cabinet handles on it so it will double as a cooler lid and a serving tray.
Looks like our guy is shutdown right now. Bummer.
 

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I have just taken the standard ones from Wallyworld, and then used a bandsaw to cut to fit. I use a flapper wheel to radius the edges to match. Only on the white (hdpe?) boards though...I suck with finish carpentry stuff.
This.
 

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My wife wanted a large cutting board for turkeys and such...I couldn't find anything I looked and everything I found was ridiculously expensive. So I decided to make one. I used maple, purple heart, and sapelle (sp). It is big enough for 2 - 20 lb birds.
It's 28 x 18.75 x 1.75 thick
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It's 5 years old now, needs to be sanded and re oiled with butcher block oil.
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It ended up costing about 100.00 less than what I found on line, plus the sentimental value of it being home made along with the custom size for storage.

She loves it!
 

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Bob can make you one...
 

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Thanks in advance! If they could put a logo in it and writing that would be awesome as well.

I’m putting two cabinet handles on it so it will double as a cooler lid and a serving tray.
Why don't you call Dylan. You know he can make ANYTHING you want.

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Well I guess you shouldn't have run whiteworks out of here. :p I make custom cutting boards once in a while, when I have some left over wood. Let me see what I have in the bin. I don't have the equipment to router or engrave the Hallet new. I'm interested where you are going to put it. Where is it going to fit in my 270?
cooler lid.. lol. We rebuilt all the cabinets / insulated the built in cooler and made butcher block Counter tops.

I don’t need the Hallett logo, I can do that myself. At this point I’m more interested ingetting it quick don’t care where it comes from lol
 

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Sounds like you have a buyer for the Hallet.....

or
Stacy really wants twins on a garage door!

lol

I like twins on garage doors, especially while ones!
 

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These are mine, I guy down in Carlsbad or San Diego did them for me to spec, weren't cheap, but I like supporting craftsmen. I want to start doing them myself soon enough. If other options don't pan out, I can dig out his contact info.
 

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Cutting board was one of the first projects if you were in woodshop in high-school. A jointer, planer and table saw. Few clamps and wood glue. Not sure where mine is but I know where the cherry dresser and walnut end table are. Probably a hour project for someone with a woodshop. Take me a few hours just to pull out my planer its buried in my garage.
 

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I need a 15-1/2 x 12 x 3/4” inch thick cutting board for my Hallett.. anyone know where I can get one?
You have one it’s just 3/4” to thin. The day I was making it looking at your text I told Sue I should question those measurements but heck he is a machinist so he knows what he is doing and it was like pushing dollar bills though the plainer. Lol.


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If someone is selling those I’d buy one.. :). Even if I am Schiada-less right now.. we all know that’s a temporary situation lol
Had them made from a guy in TX a couple years back. Name was David I believe.
Flyingdustwoodworks@gmail.


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You have one it’s just 3/4” to thin. The day I was making it looking at your text I told Sue I should question those measurements but heck he is a machinist so he knows what he is doing and it was like pushing dollar bills though the plainer. Lol.


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I wish it was 3/4 instead of 1/4... lol then I’d be all set!
 

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Dave, you have this covered?

What does the counter top look like? It might look weird with two different types of butcher block, unless the are completely different. Maybe make an end grain board so it looks different from the counter. Let me know if you want me to glue something up.
 

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Dave, you have this covered?

What does the counter top look like? It might look weird with two different types of butcher block, unless the are completely different. Maybe make an end grain board so it looks different from the counter. Let me know if you want me to glue something up.
just a blonde butcher block on top
 

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I looked around for about ten minutes before I put the thread up.. I always came up short at the last minute in all the places I tried.. something wouldn’t be right.

I know there are people on here that custom
Make them or have friends that do, honestly I’d rather give my $$ to them anyways
Hit up white works...i bet he'd bust ya one up nice and quick..lol
 

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16 x 16

Hey Dave, I just made a custom bbq table for my boat. I have the 16x16 piece leftover. It’s free-ninety-free!
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PS, are any of you guys going to Havasu through Redlands or Highland Friday afternoon to get it out to RD? I'll make the trip down to the valley from the mountain.
 
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