First off let say that this is going to be a tough project for me as I am not use to doing this type of things in the shop. I have a client who wants a dining table made for them and they want the knots, scratches, pits, and all of the other things that we don’t want in our finished projects. So as I said this is going to be a tough one for me as it kinda goes against what I have been doing for the last few years.
So I am looking for advice on how to accomplish the depressing of the wood to be able to give this couple what they want. It is going to be made out of ash, and the good thing about that is that my sawmill carries #2 common which will give me a better selection on knots. But is there more that I can do to achieve better results than just using knots. Any tid bits would be appreciated on this project. I will keep you posted on how this this table turns out.
-- I cut it twice and the damn thing is still too short!@#$% https://kata.sendlane.com/view/diyers