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  1. Makes sense Tehani. I looked up case hardened wood and it said something along the lines I think Howard had mentioned. The outside had become drier than the inside and forms a sort of shell. The article also said you should plane both sides of a case hardened board or it is liable to cup and or twist. Scarfed up my side stringers, chine and intermediate sheer. Ten 27ft boards. I made them a little long, just in case. You need some room to work with these. Now to plane them to final dimension and round the inside corners. Were in for some weather here and I have to set the planer in the door and work outside because of their length. Supposed to blow a gale, which will hold me up a few days. All well, back to work on the basement.
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