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Luisdent

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#1 posted 10-13-2016 03:56 PM



Your top isn t very thick, which may cause it to sag in the middle and doesn t leave you much to screw in to. I would probably make it twice as thick and use longer screws.

- mpounders

Without much weight on it you think the poplar would still sag? Would screwing small strips of wood underneath help that?


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