I have settled into building solid wood baffles that are about 2 inches thick, face glued strips.
To flatten them, I use my router with a jig on a flat, smooth surface. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1APyxJcPluOFIPdICNC2OYXbzqDuBQpol
I need to be able to plane down larger baffles, so I'm thinking about building a special
flat work surface about 2' x 4 ' I have a lot of choice of materials, but I was thinking that
2 sheets of 3/4 MDF glued together and sealed with shellac and wax might provide a
very stable surface. maybe use a laminate (formica) piece, but I'm not sure that dissimilar
materials will be stable in the long run.
Or should I make up a matrix frame with 2x4s and screw down 3/4 inch baltic birch to the frame?
What do you shop experts think of this? Thanks in advance.