Working with teak can be tricky as it is so oily, especially when doing a glue up.
The material was laid out in the sun to dry some more, then ripped on the bandsaw, glued up and then flattened by the CNC router. Right before the glue up however, I wiped down the teak many times with mineral spirits.
Tools & Process
A bandsaw to rip the planks, a miter saw to dimension them, lots of clamps and the CNC router to flatten both sides.
A beautiful table top with bookmatched planks.