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#1 posted 07-16-2018 04:28 AM


Biggest thing is to have it clamped to a flat surface.
If it s not flat as it s drying it won t be flat when it s dry.

Has to be clamped up flat…

- jbay

For sure.

For long term I would think some battens underneath will help with stability as well, and give you something to mount to when you attach it to whatever base you’re planning.

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