Geo Posted March 7, 2007 Report Share Posted March 7, 2007 Hi. I have a cocobolo fingerboard blank that has developed a slight warp in the few months I've had it. It's very subtle, maybe two or three millimeters off across the whole length. Right now I have it gently clamped to the table of my table saw. The surface is flat and has holes in it, so the wood has fairly even exposure to the air. My question is... should I wet the wood a little bit to help it bend flat? If so, should I wet the concave side, the convex side, or both? Any thoughts? I'm feeling rather impatient, as this warped wood is holding up my project! Thanks. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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