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I'd go with 3'6", Joe. <gd&wvvf>
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On 10/30/2009 08:25 AM, Larry Jaques wrote:

Chris
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On Fri, 30 Oct 2009 09:01:34 -0600, the infamous Chris Friesen

What, you don't like literalists, Chris? ;)
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A good default ratio is the golden mean. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden_ratio
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I know about the golden mean. can you elaborate on the calculation you'd use to get to the width of the breadboard end with this method? I guess I'm not seeting how you'd apply it.
thanks
jc
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Joe, I was of the opinion you had the width worked out and the overall length, less the ends was known as well. If I was doing it, I'd take the width, multiply by 1.6 or 1.7, then subtract the existing length and divide by 2.
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Oh, ok. I get where you were going. I'll post pics to abpw when it's finished.
Thanks.
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Hi Joe, I made a few cutting/butcher boards, using left over Maple, Jarrah and Mahagony lumbers. You may want to take a look. I am going to take some picture and post it within an hour.
DW
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On Fri, 30 Oct 2009 16:59:35 -0700, the infamous "Nonny"

Not in this case, Nonny. 5/8 (roughly) of 3'6" is 26-1/4" which is way too deep for a breadboard end. 2-1/2 to 3-1/2" would be my guess, but I'd check that physically before working the pieces too far.
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