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#1 posted 03-15-2013 03:16 AM

I usually don’t sticker it unless I’m planning to use it soon.

Once you start flattening the boards to build something
though, I recommend stickering them during the
millwork process to guard againts unwanted twisting
of prized long, flat sections. I often lean boards
against a wall as I am doing the milling instead of
stacking and stickering, but this does not mean
it’s a best practice to do so. Some woods are
wilier than others and with experience you’ll learn
what you can and can’t get away with in your
climate and with the woods you can get.

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