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Lee Barker

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#1 posted 12-28-2013 06:29 PM

quote: What are the pros/cons of making the top out of fewer pieces that run the length versus more pieces that run the width?

Theoretically both could be equally flat. I’m not so sure that would be true practically.

To me the difference is principally visual: The long way looks strong, the short way looks like the ends will fall off.

I hear your comments about the look and the rusticness of alder. I understand that the mission part is only about architecture, not about the whole aesthetic of the style.

I hope you post progress on a blog on your page. I would follow it!



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