|Forum topic by UGAfan21||posted 10-17-2014 04:42 PM||880 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
10-17-2014 04:42 PM
I am making a bed for my wife and i, i have four 6/4 that are 80” and 76” long. The boards have been joined and planed down to size. One of the boards has a slight bow, the bow isn’t bad enough to affect the end product, but i don’t want it to get worse. I am at a stopping point and will be at this point for about three weeks. I put the board with the bow between all of the straight boards and clamped them together and left them on their edge.
My questions- Is this a good idea? Is it going to effect the rest of the boards? Is is a waste of time, its not gonna do one thing or the other?
Thanks for the input, it is appreciated!
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