Warped cast iron table saw wing
One of the webbed cast iron wings for the Craftsman 10" table saw I'm rebuilding is warped in the center, it sags about 1/32". Is there any way to un-warp it, other than taking it to a machine shop to get flattened? I have read that cast iron is a little bit flexible and I might be able to use some force to get the wing and table to line up by bolting the center into place first and then pulling the front and back down into place. If I am unable to get the wing to level out properly, which side would it be better to mount it on so the warp does not interfere with the table saws normal operation? Just so you know these are the lighter webbed cast iron wings.