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Posted on 2x10 Tabletop with no breadboard? Cupping?

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#1 posted 08-02-2016 02:03 PM

Breadboard ends will not stop flat or plainsawn lumber from cupping. They (breadboards) are primarily a way to hide end grain and give a nice finished edge to a flat surface.

A breadboard not only hides endgrain, but does, in fact help keep a panel edge flat and stable.

I recommend consulting a few resources for those wondering about this. Here is just one of a myriad on the subject.

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