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Posted on one wide board or a glued up panel . pros and cons?

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#1 posted 05-09-2017 06:44 PM

I’d say so long as the wood is stable and is in a climate close to what it has been stored in and the joinery is sound you shouldn’t see a problem. If it will be in high humidity or a very dry place you may run into trouble, also if you can get a more stable cut of wood QS vs rift or flat that will help also, but good luck with 12” wide QS pieces that will be hard to find and expensive at least where I am it is.

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