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It looks pretty flat from the picture. Me personally, I would turn it around so you hopefully have a square edge to jig with.
Flat and square is the anyway to go if you are lucky enough to have it.
(my side bussiness)
Miller Synchrowave 350LX with tigrunner
Esab 450i with wire feeder
Thermal Dynamics cutmaster 51 plasma cutter
Miller aircrafter 330 - sold
Marathon 315mm coldsaw
vertical and horizontal band saws
Dewalt cut off saw
Sand blast cabinet
lots of hand grinders
Nice table for the cost, if you had to make ti yourself it would cost more and I like the thickness of the top you won't have to worry about it worping because of to much heat when welding. I myself preferr a larger table, the reson for this is I weld large projects and was always haveing trouble with not enough room to work so I made a table 5'x14' with1" solid plate for the top it was a lot of $$$ just for the top but I always try to get stuff as cheap as possibale from people I now, so I really got the top for dirt cheap $100.00 bucks because I freind of the family works at our local steel shop and they had one that was all rusted and sat around for a while they were doing some cleanup at the shop, it was my lucky day he knew i was looking and called to say they were going to cut it up for scrap hualing. I did put some heavey wheels just so i could move it around the shop pretty good.
RMS-14 (kisser button)-(home)
Grizzly 16" vert band saw-(home)
DeWalt chop saw-(home)
Craftsman 4"-7" hand grinders
Lincoln 225 arc welder
Lots of vise clamps(not enough)
assortment bar clamps