So I have some GORGEOUS baltic birch pieces laying around my shop, they’re 3/4" and again, gorgeous. I was curious, I thought I read Ryan had said something like he added longer hardware to account for 3/4" thick material for the Y Plates. Was I dreaming? Or did I read that? I wasn’t able to find the post again. Probably a dream. Yep.
I’ve got some Y Plate sagage/bendage right around the ears of the MDF. Been like that for a while, and hasn’t really affected accuracy, But I’d definitely like to address that before something breaks during a cut. Here in the Mississippi heat and humidity… MDF just don’t hang in there very well, and my shop is without AC.
Has anyone done that with 3/4" wood? Is it safe to do so? Pros? Cons? And go!