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WoodRiver

Cheese Slicer Kit - Large - Chrome

Item 160848
Model Chrome - Large

$13.99

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WoodRiver® Cheese Slicer Kit - a great little project that is also a thoughtful gift. We have sourced the hardware needed to make your own cheese slicer. The board can be made from one of our cutting board kits, bamboo, polymer cutting board material or just an assortment of glued-up...

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WoodRiver® Cheese Slicer Kit - a great little project that is also a thoughtful gift. We have sourced the hardware needed to make your own cheese slicer. The board can be made from one of our cutting board kits, bamboo, polymer cutting board material or just an assortment of glued-up scraps.
Features:

  • Makes a great gift
  • Personalize your cheese slicer with your wood selection
  • Build it Yourself
  • Chrome finish
What's Included:
  • (1) Cheese Slicer Kit - the hardware, handle and wire needed to complete the slicer
What's Needed:
  • Wooden blank - the Large kit requires a board approximately 3/4" x 5-3/4” x 9-1/2” (sold separately)

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Reviews

3.71 out of 5 stars
7 Reviews
  1. 1.0 out of 5 stars
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    Woodriver - Cheese Slicer Kit - Large - Chrome

    Very poor quality. The "set screw" is in fact just a small wood screw, 1/16" to 3/32" too long to allow it to be screwed all the way down. After filing it to make it work I did get it assembled well enough to be used as a gift. The next morning the wire has stretched to the point it wouldn't cut anything. Plan was to build 10 or so to give as holiday gifts. Will have to come up with another plan.

  2. 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Plastic

    The handles are plastic, which I feel should have been made clear in the listing, now I won’t be able to charge as much since the first thing people touch feels cheap.

  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Great small project

    Makes very nice small cheese board. The wires are the correct length to work correctly. Just need to try different approach if having problems getting them to reach.

  4. 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    nice price

    well i got the large kit on sale brought one black one silver , ok the only thing wrong is no matter how i tried to hook up the wire. it seems to be around a 1/4 inch or a half inch to short. other than that its a nice little kit. i will be making my own wire for the cutting part .

  5. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Good kit, instructions a bit off

    Easy to make but be aware that the instructions are inaccurate for the large board. They say to drill the hole 3 7/8" deep for the hardware. To do that, I broke out my brace and but to be able to get the last half inch only to discover the 2 7/8" listed for the small board would have been more than enough. Another tip, if you are going to round over the edges of your board with a router, do it BEFORE drilling the hole as the guide bearing will dip into the hole leaving an irregular edge. All in all, it is a good kit and easy to make. I made 9 as Christmas gifts for my family from walnut my late dad had in his collection

  6. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Great Kit and very fun to make.

    This was an awesome kit. It is really one of a kind. Make sure you have a very long drill bit and to measure it exactly 3 3/8" or the bar will be over or before the saw kerf. I wood burned an image onto the board to add characteristic and it made it so much better. I really am impressed. Great job Woodcraft.

  7. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Very nice project.

    Great project to build. I used a 12" long board that was 3/4" thick 5 3/4" wide. It turned out great. I wood burned a cheese vector on the board to add characteristic and then coated it with mineral oil (food safe). The hole where you put the hardware has to be exactly 3 7/8" deep, no more no less or the hardware will go in to deep. If you drill it to deep just get a dowel and cut it to the length you need it. This is a very good project. Just make sure you have a long drill bit for the hole.

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