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I have a bunch of 1", kiln dried rough cut maple. I would like to make a dinning room table out of it. It will be a simple design with basic techniques as I don't have experience. A couple of questions. Some of the maple is up to 2 feet wide. Should I cut it into planks, plane it and then join it for the table top or do you think I could get away with joining 2 or 3 wide pieces without planning it. Thought being that a local cabinet shop can use a 36" table top sander when complete. I've heard that cutting it down into planks and joining them would make it stronger. Any thoughts or suggestions would be great. Thanks
 
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