This is a six quarter walnut piece i recently finished for a client.
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Handy Woman - wood nerd

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Cheese Slicers Cutting Boards & Boxes

Over the four years that MorganCanDoIt has been up and running I've handcrafted and sold over 140 one-of-a-kind Cheese Slicers,Cutting Boards and Boxes. 

Pictured on the left (or if you’re  on a phone it’s above) are examples of some of the boxes, cutting boards and cheese slicers i have made ... Each one different even if comprised of the same woods.. that's my thing no two alike. The woods i use are hard woods like walnut, maple but i'm really fond of exotics like bubinga and zebra. 

Everything is laminated with food-safe glue. Then each cheese slicer goes over to my drill press and the appliance i built that puts all the holes in the same spot. Then on to my table saw and the sled i made to put the slot for the cheese cutting wire in the same spot on each board. A Quick trip to the router table where i round all the edges.. Tired yet? 

 Then i go over each one to look for things that might need my attention, ruff spots, burns from the router 'n such. when i'm sure it's good we move on to feet and my fire brand 

"Handcrafted by Morgan" . Then each one is rubbed with mineral oil. The cutting boards are done mostly at my table saw and drum sander.. and D-A sander also in the same three grades of sandpaper ending in 220 grit..

A simple soap and cold water wash is all that is needed for cleaning and an occasional mineral oil rub. It’s  ready to give many years of happy cheese slicing.

Human dishwashers only Please..

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Drilling the holes

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(or if your on a phone)

above is a shot of that appliance that puts all the holes in the same spot.. it bolts to my drill press.

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If anything fails, i'll fix it

This is a shot of the bottom of one of my cheese slicers showing my brand and the feet that i use. I'm offering chrome or black handles and as always if anything fails get it back to me and i'll make it right. I want for you to be happy with the things that i make.

Let's start a conversation about what you would like me to build for you.

What can i build for you?

Contact me today to begin discussing your upcoming project. Even better we can meet at my shop, just call first to make sure i'm in.

It's  woman owned and run, it's just better that way.

MorganCanDoIt

166 Wool Street, San Francisco, California 94110, United States

(732) 278-2236

Hours

Monday - Friday: 10am - 6pm

Saturday and Sunday 

open most of the day ..

stop by check out my shop.

If the door is up i'm here.. it's not a bad idea to call first to be sure and catch me in.. after all it's a one woman shop.