Charcuterie Tray with Ginkgo Leaves || CNC Inlay || Making Process || Wood Inlay

Charcuterie board with Quilted Hard Maple Inlay
The tray size is roughly 9 x 15 x 1 inches.
Wood: Walnut with Maple

In this video you will see that I cut the detail part of the inlay first. This is to help minimize the amount of tear out that could happen on the cuts.


Finish: Odies Oil

Finished with Odie’s Oil:
ting Board Oil and Wood Butcher Block Oil, 32 oz Jug:

CNC Bits:
30 Degree Vbit CNC Router Bits:

CNC Router Bit 6mm Shank 2 Flutes Straight Carbide 0.3mm Tip 15 Degree:

CNC Router Bits 3.175 Endmill Flat Nose Two Flute Spiral Upcut:

Amana Tool – 45982 Carbide Tipped Bowl & Tray 1/4 Radius x 3/4 Dia x 5/8 x 1/4″ Shank:

Whiteside Router Bits RU2100 Standard Spiral Bit with Up Cut Solid Carbide 1/4-Inch Cutting Diameter and 1-Inch Cutting Length:

Whiteside Router Bits RD2100 Standard Spiral Bit with Down Cut Solid Carbide 1/4-Inch Cutting Diameter and 1-Inch Cutting Length:

Spectape ST501 Double Sided Adhesive Tape, 36 yds Length x 1″ Width Paper:
3M Xtract Cubitron II Net Hook and Loop Sanding Disks:

For my board conditioner:
UltraPro Food Grade Mineral Oil, 1 Gallon (128oz):
Beesworks Beeswax Pellets:
Moretoes 36 Pack 2 Oz Metal Round Balm Tins Black Aluminum Cans Empty Containers:

ARB Woodwork t-shirt:

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Musician: Jeff Kaale

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My name is Andy. Welcome to the channel, where you can see some of my custom projects being created. Hope you enjoy the videos. I appreciate the likes and subscriptions!
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