|Forum topic by JesseTutt||posted 248 days ago||505 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
248 days ago
I am working on a new sliding cutoff sled for my table saw. I have a piece of 3/4” melamine I was thinking of using for the base. There would be a 2” high by 1.5” thick maple strip along the back to hold the Kreg track and stop.
I have heard that MDF is extremely flat. How about melamine?
How will melemine hold up in an un-air conditioned shop in August with close to 100% humidity and 100 degree temperatures?
-- Jesse, Saint Louis, Missouri