Hand Tools

Subject:
140 deg
Response To:
Re: wood drying/checking ()

Jack Guzman from Maine
I think I'll have to read it a few times to understand everything you said but I got the gist. You answered me perfectly. Thanks Larry.
I set my kiln at 140. I used to run it at 120 but I do alot of steam bending and I need the higher temp to "set" the bends. I was getting some spring back at 120.

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