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#1 posted 09-06-2016 01:08 AM

If you went the glass option, it would have to be some pretty thick stuff, and that aint going to be cheap. Regular single strength stuff moves, a lot. Plus, god forbid you aren’t super careful with setting something on it. Really, even the tile would be flat enough, its not like you are running a machine shop. Tolerances don’t matter as much as guys like to think in woodworking. The tile just isn’t very big. You will quickly realize that more space is desired for flattening surfaces.

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