This is a great shot of the V-carve bit doing its job!
This is a roughed out part of the maple piece before I changed to the V-carve bit to do the details
This is the finalized male side of the inlay on the maple board
This is the female side of the inlay in a walnut board, this is after the “roughing pass” which uses a different end mill to hog out material as quickly as possible
The walnut femal side with glue ready to be clamped
This is both sides together with 6 C-clamps to press it together firmly. After waiting 24 hours for the glue to dry, I will cut down the middle on the band saw, then sand off the remaining maple
This is the piece right off the band saw, but before sanding