Drying Lumber Without a Kiln

Drying Lumber Without a Kiln

This printed book shows you how to air dry lumber with a minimum of defects such as checking, shop staining, tadalafil and excessive warping. Once air dried, the lumber can be put through a kiln or brought down to kiln dried level inexpensively as described in the book. For cabinetmaking, lumber is usually kiln dried to a moisture content between 5 and 8%. Air dryed lumber will warp and shrink. When used for interior projects. You can dry one board or several thousand BF to a kiln dried level in a room, shop, shed or garage.
45 pages, 8 1/2" X 11".

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