Good evening everyone. I have yet another question for the knowledgeable people on this forum. I bought two chunks of wood over the weekend (Osage Orange and Bolivian Rosewood) that both have cracks at an awkward angle and in a weird spot. I would like to turn these into live edge charcuterie boards for Christmas gifts but am unsure about how to tackle these. There are two cracks in the middle of the board that I have epoxied and am ready to put in some bowties. However, two I am not sure where to go and if it is possible to save the edges. I uploaded them with the angle of crack. I tried to put some thinned epoxy in but after planning, I could see that the cracks didn't absorb any of the epoxy.