I had a friend find a cutting board similar to this in his grandparents house a few months ago and asked me if it was something I could design and make for a wedding gift to another friend.
After a bit of playing in Fusion 360 to make the design I had something I was happy with so I bought the raw materials- 8/4 Hickory and Black Walnut. After planing I was left with 1.825" thick stock and using the CBDJS tool from ericu (https://github.com/ericu/CBDJS/ designed a board.
After the glue-ups I faced the material using the XXL and this Spoilboard Bit at 10k RPM, with a .010" and 0.015" DOC at 75ipm feed.
Because of this being a fairly important project and my fear of messing up wood that’s not the easiest for me to get, I was incredible conservative with feeds and speeds for all the cuts.
V-Carve was done with this bit at 45ipm and a 0.05" maximum step down using an engrave Toolpath.
The juice moat was done with a no-name 3/8" cove box bit at 45ipm and 0.100"passes. It worked fine but the shaft had a fair bit of run out and I had a hard time getting it into and out of the collet.
Lastly, the last contour op was done with a SpeTool 1 1/4" Upcut Bit fast but shallow passes.