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Posted on Keeping an interior barn door from twisting (walnut)

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Loren

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#1 posted 09-03-2012 05:02 AM

Just build it right. Long tenons and deep mortises will
help it stay flatter but it’s probably overkill since the door
will be indoors. Use a moisture meter and make sure
all the wood you use is around 7% and let it move as
you work with it. Walnut is also one of the more stable
fine woods. Avoid using stock with distorted tissue.

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