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Again; on the original post it says the legs are attached straight into the wood. I would think this is a problem unless you mean the top and legs were attached using some sort of method that allows for expansion and contraction of the top.
legs DO need to be attached in a way that allows for ecpansion/contraction. but the orig post was worried about cupping

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