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Author Topic: Can I dry down to 6-8% in my heated building?  (Read 1527 times)

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Re: Can I dry down to 6-8% in my heated building?
« Reply #20 on: December 22, 2017, 08:04:43 AM »
Very informative posts.  PA, I don't know if you have pictures of the table but I would love to see them.  I have been looking for such pics for a while for the "Tips" page of my website, and all I can find are drawings, cartoons, or predictions of what will happen. No before and after photos of repeatable, cyclical expansion.  Or if anybody else has pictures I'd like to get them. 
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« Reply #21 on: December 28, 2017, 10:40:27 AM »
Yes my bread boards are glued pin in the middle with non glued pins with slots on the outsides.  Breadboard is not glued.  It cycles without a problem.
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Re: Can I dry down to 6-8% in my heated building?
« Reply #22 on: December 30, 2017, 07:58:00 AM »
Hammer,
Yes, I will take some pix. I have several tables that will make good examples. My feet are propped up on a curly maple coffee table right now that has some great examples, including a peg that didn't allow for enough movement, which cracked the boards...standby. Will take some pix and post asap.


Very informative posts.  PA, I don't know if you have pictures of the table but I would love to see them.  I have been looking for such pics for a while for the "Tips" page of my website, and all I can find are drawings, cartoons, or predictions of what will happen. No before and after photos of repeatable, cyclical expansion.  Or if anybody else has pictures I'd like to get them.
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