hoping for a little insight or knowledge as I am a fairly newer woodworker who has caught the wood bug, and am slowly teaching myself new skills and growing into better tools. I made a dining room table for a customer recently and was just contacted that there is a breadboard issue that has developed. I constructed this table top of maple and “winged” it with breadboard ends. One side has developed a splitting crack that I am unsure how to fix. My initial thought is to remake a new end and try to splice in to table, but would love to hear from you pros!
also side note on equipment advise,
I am planning on purchasing my first cabinet saw for a small shop and am struggling with decision between a sawstop professional for obvious quality and safety reasons, or a pimped out grizzly for 1/2 price…......