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Re: Drying a large slab
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Drying a large slab ()

Clint Searl
Odds are that a slab will always twist and/or cup in the drying, so plan on cutting heavy and flattening after it's dry. Also, watch out for internal stresses that can blow it apart if it's cut into. I've been there with a slab of maple.

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