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Forum topic by GOOD LUCK TO ALL posted 199 days ago 421 views 0 times favorited 7 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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199 days ago

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#1 posted 199 days ago

That seems highly likely to be the cause Kevin. Do you have to put that right?

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#2 posted 199 days ago

No, the table is going to be scrap.

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#3 posted 199 days ago

More looks like they forgot the biscuits.

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#4 posted 199 days ago

Another possibility is that they put them too close to the top.

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#5 posted 199 days ago

Probably did surface work (planing, sanding) while biscuits were swollen with glue, then, as the biscuits shrank they created the depressions. (or they forgot the biscuits, or put them too close to the top, or all three!!! ;) )

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#6 posted 199 days ago

Is it a stain or paint finish? Couldn’t tell from the pic.
Bill

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#7 posted 199 days ago

It has a stain and finish, not sure but looks like lacquer.
I might just cut it apart and take a look. I probably should double check with the client first to make sure he doesn’t want it for anything else.

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