Well Iím finally back in the shop after 2 months of recuperation. I started to finish (filling pores and dying) the dining room table components that I was working on before my accident .
Over the last couple of months one half of the top has warped and now has a Ĺ in. bow from end to end. I suspect it has to do with the flat sawn ash, moisture level in the shop (spring has arrived) and I didnít have the dehumidifier running.
I really would like to avoid cutting, jointing and glue-up all over again. If I do cut it does that mean cutting and planing the other half of the top and the leaves in order to keep all of the top components the same thickness?
Is there any way of bending it back into shape ie. (put a spacer in the middle and weights on the edges).
Suggestions would be appreciated.