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#1 posted 09-22-2009 05:01 PM

You’re wood is likely to move more than 0.006” on any given day. Shimming is very common, and IMO, flatness of the top is a bit overrated unless it’s so bad it’s effecting the cuts, which can really take a big deviation depending on where the deviation is. Shim it best you can, then check your cuts….alignment is the place to get fussy.

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