router table top glue up question
Hello all. I'm finally getting near the end of building my router table. I've been planning to use a piece of 3/4" melamine that I have, and glue it to a piece of 3/4" plywood for stability. I just remembered that the melamine is on both sides of my intended top.
I'm a little hesitant about trusting the melamine surface on the bottom to adhere to the plywood with glue. Has anyone done this successfully? If so, should I use regular titebond II glue, or something else?
I also have a piece of countertop that is 15/16" thick, also with melamine on both sides. Since my table is pretty much Mike's Oak Park design, with the legs as braces and also a narrow oak front brace, I'm wondering if the 15/16" would be sufficiently stable to use by itself.
Any suggestions are appreciated. Jim