Well I talked to the main man at Windsor Plywood today and he can special order phenolic wood , but its very expensive . I think he quoted me around 84 dollars for a sheet . So after taxes pretty much 100 bucks . Not the end of the world if it proves to work well .
His opinion is to use mdf as the router tables in the back of his shop are mdf . People say mdf will sag , but I believe any material should be reinforced underneath . Well unless it's cast iron of course .
I want something prettier than mdf though . I guess I could take a chance and laminate it's, but liking the phenolic wood idea better. Although I've never see not before
Last edited by RainMan 2.0; 05-28-2014 at 08:14 PM.