Turning Archive 2005

Subject:
hollowform advice

ken chase
>I think I figured out why I'm having such a tough time hollowing. Although technically the timber is green it appears to have been drying in the sun for a long time and is more than just partially dry. Could that be the problem. Is is best to have really freshly cut lumber for this type project? Is hollowforming done on dry wood?
Thanks

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