I have a Macassar Ebony fingerboard blank that is slightly warped at the end. I say slightly because it's not completely bent, but it's very noticeable. Planing is already done by the wood supplier and it's thicknessed to 7 mm already, so planing it again is not possible. It's in my shop now for almost two months, stored stickered, so considering the thickness of the blank, it should be stable by now. The problem is that if I want to saw the fret slots or do the inlays, it needs to sit flat on the table, which is rather difficult this way. So my idea was to glue the blank to the neck first and then saw the fret slots, route for the inlays, inlay the position markers, bind it and sand in the radius. Two questions: Would this be an okay working order? I always see (and that's how I've done it on my first build too) people prepare the fb first, before glueing it on the neck. What about the possibility that the very dense ebony causes the softer flamed maple neck to bend, transfering the curve it has to the neck? I wouldn't want that to happen.. Thanks in advance for sharing your thoughts!