Wooden chip trays II

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I'm building a second set of wood chip trays. My first set was built using the wood whisperer method of clamping 2 blanks together and drilling out the holes to create 2 trays. They turned out alright, but there were minor inconsistencies since I couldn't get my spacing perfect. I also wasn't able to mill some grooves on the underside to make them stackable. I'm now taking another stab at them, but this time I'm using a 40mm cove bit and a CNC router to make them. Today I tried it with 5 racks and the results look promising.

1st batch from last year

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New batch using CNC. They still need to be sanded and trimmed to size as well as get the side pieces added on.
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These ones have grooves on the underside
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Will you be selling these and taking custom orders say I wanted twenty four hundred chip trays made that we're like a serving tray ( handle at each end )
 

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Yes I will. I'm just working on my first set to make sure I can make them really nice before I start taking any orders. I figure with my CNC I can make racks and trays no problem.
 
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