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Posted on Keeping a plastic laminated plywood table top flat

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

Yes you do have to seal the put laminate on the back; it’s Houston after all. the humidity will get to it. The torsion box will help to keep it flat, but even that will not be permanent. My torsion box bench top has some slight bowing, but it stretches a much longer span and takes much more weight than you are going to apply to your out feed table.

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