I need to find a way to keep two oak boards (20 cm wide, 5 cm thick) at the same level as one is a little is a little bit bended/twisted (~ 3-4 mm).
Just by pressing on it is enough to put it position so I guess ~ 80 Kg force was enough.
Usually I would use a corner metal piece under the table and screw it but this is under middle of the desk and I would hurt myself on the metal piece. I am afraid that if I put a plain plate of 3 mm it would flex and not do the job.
Somehow I am looking for a reinforced plain (non angled) version of this but I don't know what it would be its correct term to search for.
I am located in UK, so I would prefer to order it from here.
Based on my measurements its length needs to be between around 30cm by anything between 25 cm - 50 cm would do, as long it would not have and "injury inducing elements" ;-)
Photo of the problematic area where the middle support is not long enough to reach the last board. The other supports are long enough, only the middle one is shorter and I need a way to prevent the board from flexing.