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Primitiques

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01-18-2009 03:51 AM

Topic tags/keywords: drying wood lumber

I buy my wood from a local lumber yard in PA, but the moisture levels sometimes go up to 12 or so percent. I have a wide open 3000 sq/ft. shop, how can I keep this lumber (pine) dry so I don’t get as much cracking and bowing? I was thinking of enclosing a sections with plastic, and putting a dehumidifi


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#1 posted 01-18-2009 05:10 PM

FWW has plans for a dehumidifier kiln.

Article was by Donald Klimesh
It is listed in the FWW book “wood and how to dry it”
Obviously Taunton Press

ISBN 0-918804-54-x taunton product 070052

I am sorry but I do not have the date of the issue it appeared

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