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Steel stabilizers are attached to the underside of a table top, counter to the direction of the wood. They prevent wood warping, washboarding, cupping and gapping over time as the moisture in the wood changes. Stabilizer bars fits into a recessed groove created by custom router bit (Part #989) or CNC milling tool (Part #988). There are six elongated attachment openings on the stabilizer where screws attach the stabilizer to the underside of the table top. Since these holes are longer, the table top can freely move throughout the length of the opening as the wood changes.
Please note that attachment screws are not included. The manufacturer recommends using wood screws. The screws in the elongated slots should be screwed in until they are just tight but not over tightened. The screws on the end should be screwed tight. We offer this stabilizer bar in 12 different lengths so that you can choose the one most suitable for your table build. Each bar will be 2 3/8" wide with a 5/8" depth.
5/8" × 11 13/16" × 2 3/8"
$12.01 — $55.40View Details
3/32" × 1 1/4" × 1 3/8"
Pair of Replacement blades for V Stabilizer CNC Milling Tool
Just as advertised
Excellent for slab and non-skirted table top stabilization