How flat is flat enough for table top?
I recently picked up a router table top, and there is a .022" inch dip in the table top (measured with straight edge and feeler gauge across longer width portion of table).
If I flip the table over, the bottom side has a corresponding crown in the same spots.
Is this flat enough, or should I be concerned about accuracy, etc? I do plan to cut joinery on the table, so want it to be as accurate as I can. It seems borderline to me.
Also - this dip is before I mounted the plate and router.
I plan to call the manufacturer tomorrow to see what they think, but wanted some '3rd party' perspective on this.