Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio (Akron)
Great title, eh? I suppose this is as stupid a question as the thread title sounds, but I just gotta ask...
I have a couple of nice cherry boards, one rough at 1 inch thick and one planed at same thickness, both 8+ feet l, and 5+ inches w. The planed one is reserved for table tops, probably an end table or two and the other is for skirts and whatever else may come, which brings to bear my question-
Is it unheard of (probably not) or idiotic (likely) to laminate two or more boards of decent stock face to face to get say, 2.5 to 3 inches of stock for legs instead of just getting a thicker (and shorter) board to work with?