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#1 posted 01-19-2020 08:14 PM

People have been screwing a batten across the bottoms of tables, benches, and chairs for a very long time, even before screws were widely available nails were used to do the same. By widening the hole, or making a slot, through which they pass on the batten itself, the tables width has plenty of room to expand and contract.

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