GuidePro featherboard + 8/4 resaw question
“Bow Products” products have been on sale recently and I’m thinking of getting the GuidePro featherboard and extension. I don’t have a lot of resaw experience so I’m thinking I can use all the help I can get. Any feedback on these, pro or con?
separately, I’ve been reading M. Pekovich new book and think my next project will be the “Table from a Board”, where you make a small table from a single board. It seems like a good way to learn about grain and how to get plain/quarter/rift-sawn pieces out of a piece of lumber.
he starts with 8/4 because the legs are made out of 1.5” square blanks. But the top and aprons/drawer front all end up at 5/8” when all is said and done
I’m afraid of cupping/warping after I resaw for the top/aprons/drawer front. So my question is, how long do I need to let the resawn pieces “equilibrate” before proceeding? Not talking hours and minutes, I’m thinking more of “days” vs “weeks” vs “months”. I guess it depends on species and initial dryness/condition from the lumberyard, but any guidance is appreciated.