Case of Drawers without Handles
White Pine, Birch
457 x 610 x 1550 mm

Jeff Hohner, 2002

After resawing, the lumber is dressed. Each board is made flat, then milled to the required thickness and width using the jointer and planer machines. At the end of the process each piece will have the square edges necessary for subsequent shaping. The dressed boards are stacked on 'stickers' to allow air to flow to all sides of each board. This maintains an even moisture content throughout each board to prevent warping.
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