Something to consider when doing breadboard ends
So, I've glued up a 1" thick tabletop out of red oak. It is 3 foot wide. I used six 6 inch boards to make the top. While laying out the breadboard end I noticed a mistake that I have made. I want to pin the breadboard ends and have one pin in the center. Well, the very center is a glue joint, meaning that if I drill and pin the pin will end up in the glue joint. So, in the future I will us an odd number of boards to avoid this. What about now though? Will it damage the top to pin the center one in the glue joint?
Did I ask that right?
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