Another Tabletop Question - Individual Boards Instead Of Glue-ups
I'm aware of the fact that glue-ups react to RH along their width in the same way a single board does. To bypass this, I rip 1x4's to square up the edges and then glue them INDIVIDUALLY (and not to each other) to the apron so they will expand and contract respectively.
Is this sound logic? Given that the boards are butted tight against one another (see pic), it doesn't appear that there would be much room for movement so I'm confident I may be wrong.