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Posted on Flattening a warped live edge?

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#1 posted 10-13-2018 03:41 AM

There was a lot more than just the top he built the base got everything squared I knew it was his first live edge attempt and he planned the wood with the router and sled. I will mil some more this winter and try to find a kiln and go that route. I paid 400 for the building of the entire table so it was far from getting ripped off and I really don’t think the boards on the bottom caused it I believe it was from only finishing the top.

- aamk

In the video you posted, he said just sanding one side of a piece of plywood could lead to warping. Imagine what routing not kiln dried lumber could do.

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