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Posted on Keeping a plastic laminated plywood table top flat

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PurpLev

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#1 posted 05-11-2010 04:03 PM

since this is an outfeed table, and does not support the lumber near the blade it shouldn’t have to be ubber flat. actually – most outfeed tables are about 1/8” lower than the TS table since it only needs to support the lumber from dropping down too much, but not affect the lumber by being too hight so that it interferes with the cut.

to cut it short – I wouldn’t worry TOO much about it staying perfectly flat.

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