Maple Bar Top
I am making a bar top out of hard rock maple. I am using a biscuit joiner to join 1x3 boards together on end to achieve the look that I want.
I have glued and joined the boards together and noticed, even before gluing that the piece will not be completely flat when I am done due to very slight bowing in the wood in different places.
My question is, what is the best way to make the top flat? Do you think I can just sand it flat? or do I need to use a thickness planer (which I do not have)?
I would say the maximum height differential between the boards is not more than 1/32".
Thanks for the help!