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Posted on What do you consider an acceptable "flatness" tolerance for a solid wood table top?

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alohafromberkeley

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#1 posted 03-30-2014 06:37 PM

Think flatness depended on the situation. When I lived in the Humboldt mountains, any flat board would be fine- as long as what I placed on it would stay upright. Sometimes I had to move the object around to find a place that it wouldn’t tip over. This was de rigueur in all my friends cabins too. This doesn’t answer your questions but it reminded me of my rural living days and gave me a chuckle. Haven’t made a table since then….....Wes

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