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Old 01-15-2021, 09:38 AM
Skarsaune Skarsaune is offline
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Close the garage door - you wonít be as affected by weather swings.

I build in my basement and have a dehumidifier. The basement is too damp in the summer even with the dehumidifier, so my building is pretty seasonal. Which works with my life - the farm is a lot less busy in the winter. I do have a room upstairs I do some work in. I monitor the humidity in both locations.

As redir said, itís the cross-grain gluing that is most critical to do under controlled/low humidity conditions. Across grain expansion is way more than longitudinal expansion. So thatís bracing tops & backs and closing the box (gluing tops & bottoms on) for me.

Cutting binding channels, you should be fine.
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