In the process of making a sideboard and entertainment unit.
I'm using 35mm thick camphor laurel wood, well seasoned. It is slightly cupped.
Dimensions are 450mm deep front to back so the mitre joints are quite long, when offering up the edges they of course don't meet well due to the cupping. The sideboard is 2.5metres long.
I am considering routing the edges but I'm guessing this will open the gap more in some of the areas.
One end of the sideboard is a waterfall so I am hoping to get at least this one as accurate as possible.
All suggestions welcome!