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#1 posted 12-18-2017 09:56 PM

Depending on the strength required, you could do as Loren suggests, but to avoid the need for exact spacing you could rip off all the rectangles on the side board, install them into the top, then glue the side board back on.

This would lock in the spacing. The side board could then be removed and the tips of the rectangles shaved back to perfect depth.

A piece that wide would have great long grain glue surface to be very sturdy.


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