|Forum topic by agallant||posted 278 days ago||331 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
278 days ago
I know I should post pictures with this but I am at work and did not take any. I made a coffee table last year, The center is 3/4 lacewood then I wrapped it with ebony and Babinga mitering the corners. All of the corners appear to have pulled apart over night. There is like 1/16 gap in each one. So I have a few questions
1. Is there a way to stabalize wood so it does not expand and contract as much
Any tips,tricks advice would be appreciated. I am just puzzled that it was fine then it pulled apart. Honestly I never really liked the way that the top came out so I am looking forward to building a new top.