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#1 posted 01-03-2013 02:56 AM

Tony, I would let your lumber acclimate to your shop for a little more than a couple days. This way, with the humidity, it will absorb moisture more evenly…before you cut anything. Also, stacking them as you did, without any stickers between, allows uneven moisture absorbtion, causing the warping.
HTH, John

-- In the shop making chaos out of order


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