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#1 posted 310 days ago

the doors are red oak and flat sawn. I am not sure of the moisture but I bought the lumber from the same sawmill that I have in the past, but it was kiln dried. THe panels are different widths from six inches to eighteen inches or so. They are breaking where the stile and rail meet. The panels are fine. The only thing that I have done different was added an insert similar to space balls. Some doors were made in the winter and some in early spring so I am not sure if the humidity could be involved.


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