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#1 posted 01-17-2019 04:24 PM

I agree with the above comment. You can’t (and shouldn’t try) to prevent wood movement, if you do it guarantees that the top will crack or split at some point. If the slab is properly dried and seasoned, you should get very, very little “buckle or twist” due to seasonal movement. I regularly work with large slabs and have never had anything twist out of shape once properly dried.

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