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I broke one of the edges of my ping pong table how do I fix this

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Just a suggestion but you can drill small holes in the two edges that correspond to each other (lining them up of course) and use small dowel rod and a strong adhesive. use c clamp to hold steady until adhesive completely dries

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This is just an idea. Make a 90 degree angle out of paint stirrers. Connect by using a staple gun. Make sure that there's a bottom on it. Clamp your jig to the table so that it will stay stable. Since it is in the middle joint you can take some styrofoam packing peanuts and squeeze them in there tightly. You can choose what kind of adhesive you use. as long as its very pliable (more like liquid) but will dry hard. you can take a sander to it after it dries to make it smooth.

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