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#1 posted 06-27-2012 12:44 AM

You don’t want to glue the maple to the plywood if you use the latter. Plywood will not move (much) but the maple will. Given the weight of the maple, the plywood seems unlikely to do much anyhow unless you use really skookum plywood and lag it to the maple using slots instead of holes so they can move relative to one another.

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