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Now that we’ve uncovered the reasons behind plain-sawn boards’ tendency to cup and explored methods to rectify their misalignment, let’s delve into addressing cupping in furniture pieces that have developed over time and strategies for preemptively mitigating this issue in newly constructed items.

Consider a split-top table that has succumbed to cupping or a wide solid wood shelf that you anticipate may cup in the future.

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