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#1 posted 04-09-2020 02:39 PM

Jdh122…

Very good point. This would definitely make things easier. This is exactly why I asked the question on this forum. I have read a lot of posts on here, and there is almost always a wealth of good information.


I misunderstood. I thought you had actual bowling alley in five foot sections (ie already glued or nailed together in pieces that were 5 ft long and bowling alley width wide). If you have short boards you can certainly glue them together as in the video you referenced, staggering the joints. Rather than making it in two layers, I would think it makes more sense to glue up each individual board to make them all wide enough so that, when flipped on their side, they become as thick as you want your benchtop to be. Then proceed as in the video.

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