Timeline for Carving long curved recess

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Oct 25 '18 at 18:48 comment added DeltaG There's that line of screws at the back, not on the front, though
Oct 17 '18 at 12:24 comment added Graphus The grain being aligned with the screws isn't the issue, the main problem would be if there's a matching row on the other side so that between the two of them the wood is no longer free to move.
Oct 16 '18 at 18:08 comment added DeltaG Thanks - it was a lot of fun. The inside there actually holds a 2-axis gantry which I program to drag a ball through sand, making a tabletop zen garden :) The wood's solid, but the grain's aligned with that row of screws, so it shouldn't be too big an issue (hopefully)
Oct 16 '18 at 14:21 comment added Graphus That looks a really ambitious piece and well done on the execution. One quick thing, seeing what looks like a continuous row of pocket screws at the back — if the top is solid wood have you screwed it down this way all around? Doesn't matter if the top is a man-made board of some kind but if it's solid wood you'll have constrained seasonal movement.
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Oct 16 '18 at 13:04 history answered DeltaG CC BY-SA 4.0