Thanks Wolf & rabbit.
I don’t have much patience either. It’s no much different that a regular chevron board. Just cut twice. Go for it.
Art: Thank you.
Yes, end grain against end grain glue should fail. My first chevron board I built few years ago had biscuit between each segment.
It doesn’t take much to put biscuits in between segment, for me it’s the thrill to build stuff to relax from daily work stress. I never sold a project. Almost all of them were given away.
I have since stopped doing that. As for the many others I built without biscuits , I was told they are still alive. That’s about 3 to 4 years for some of them.
I think the main reason I have not seen/heard of any failure is the glue has gotten much better
now. I also think a lot of people don’t use they board for cutting but more for decoration.
Abbas, Castro Valley, CA