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Posted on Expansion and Contraction..Am I thinking correctly

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#1 posted 02-10-2017 10:59 AM



To have the solid walnut look with none of the downfalls, band saw the walnut boards into ~1/8”-thick boards, plane and/or sand them, then glue them to a plywood substrate. Apply finish to both sides and all edges (especially in the sink hole) to protect it from kitchen humidity. Seasonal movement will still occur, only to a much lesser degree, and since it s essentially plywood, probably irrelevant.

- splatman

This is more than likely the rout I would take also…1/8” thick veneer pressed top and bottom onto 3/4” water resistant MDF. About as stable as your going to get.

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