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Posted on How do I repair a dimple in my new SawStop table top?

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#1 posted 632 days ago

Filling the hole with JB Weld would still leave the hump that rubs your nice woods. Gently tapping on the high place with something larger than the hump would tend to flatten it and that is what you are looking for. You could dress it off but then you will be left with a hole in the table that will collect dust, woodchips etc. The metal flowed upward when the impact occurred. You need to push as much of it back into the hole as possible. That is where it belongs. A punch with a large end as Mike suggests or the ball peen hammer. Be gentle. This is cast iron. If you decide to sand it with the finer grits then you need to be careful to not have a low place that is 2 or 3 inches across. As a friend told me about 50 years ago: There are lots of ways to make bad body and fender work worse and I think you have used most of those here. Good luck!!


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