k hutchins wrote:l've worked with wood my whole life. As stable as walnut is, we're talking about 1/32 of an inch. You can get that much variance between a dry or humid day.
That is interesting!
While I made tons of precision stuff in the past, I never made any from wood.
But I am betting that the thickness of a piece of does not shrink or grow much as the humidity changes!
Some, but not much!
If Stanton would be so kind as to post the actual thickness, along with the temperature and % humidity, then post the same again when the humidity goes up to 90+% come summer!
Kinda like a farmallcub.com science experiment!