Started making a desk top today, copying the @Soul herringbone desk.
Discovered that my table saw is skew af, and the riving knife is a liability.
In straightening it up, I discovered it's all but impossible to square the blade to the table, as somewhere along the line the chassis holding the saw to the tabletop has been bent. So I didn't bother, as I can square it to the fence well enough.
I just took the riving knife off, as it was bent & again, all but impossible to make parallel to the blade.
I did make a zero clearance insert, though, and built a fence & zero clearance base for my chop saw (as I won't be able to make a usable cross-cut sled on the table saw).
In hindsight, I should have cut the radius first, then cut the straight bits - as it is, I'll have to feather in the curve with a bit of sanding.
Next up - squaring up the miter saw & chopping up the strips into 4x1 lengths, then a whole lot of gluing up.