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Drying Oak slabs
« on: March 11, 2014, 07:55:30 PM »
 So i am about to store the oaks slabs that i had posted in the sawmill section, they have stickers and are laying down flat, about 6 in a stack and 4 stacks total. i have been reading a bunch of the post but can someone brake down the concept of drying slabs on edge or domino style? is there more to that then just saving space? the longer slabs are about 18+ feet long. Thanks
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