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MaroonGoon

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#1 posted 07-30-2013 01:48 PM

Russell that’s part of the issue, my shop is uninsulated :-/ I’m having to figure out a way to keep the wood at 7-8% while being able to work with it in my uninsulated shop..If I built a 4’x4’x8’ long insulated box with a dehumidifier in it set at 40%, theoretically I could keep wood in it until I need to use it. Once I am done using it then I could stick it back in the chamber to maintain its MC. So technically the wood would be in 40% RH except for the 3-4 hours that I am building with it. I could be totally wrong but to me it makes sense…

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