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Posted on fixing bad seem in table top glue up

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#1 posted 06-20-2014 05:38 AM

I would either rip the seam and rejoins for a good fit. Or, lay an inlay strip of contrasting wood (make it a feature) or a subtle inlay that blends but stands out. I would not try to fill the gap to hide it with glue or any other filler.

-- Ken


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