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I need a butcher block counter cut?


  1. jayjayb74
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    I doing a small remodeling project and need a butcher block counter cut. Does anybody have any ideas where I could take it? I would prefer a West Seattle vendor but am open to other suggestions.

    Thanks,

    Posted 1 year ago #         
  2. 365Stairs
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    365Stairs

    jayjayb74 - couple questions.

    How thick is the board? How long is the board?

    Do you need prescision cuts (angles, miters, etc?)

    If just straight cuts, then call Alki Lumber and ask for Charlie...he does some great work on their large table saw.

    Posted 1 year ago #         
  3. jayjayb74
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    Thanks 365Stairs....I will look into it!

    Posted 1 year ago #         
  4. I bought a pre-made cutting board from Dunn, and one of their more handy workers cut it down to fit the cutting board slot for <$15. Just an option if Alki doesn't work out. Just be clear on dimensions-as they say, measure twice, cut once.

    Posted 1 year ago #         

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