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Posted on Milled Walnut Cupping. :-(

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#1 posted 11-06-2010 12:07 AM

assuming that the panels were flat before you stored them, they have most likely been exposed to more humidity on the side that is now convex. try storing the panels for a few days in a position where they are propped up and exposed to air equally on both sides.

If that doesn’t help, trying wiping down the concave side with water and let it sit for a couple days with that side exposed to air. you might even put the panel on some saw horses with the wet concave side down, and put a cinder block on top. don’t go too crazy with the weight, however. You don’t want it springing back after it is attached to your project.

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