While working in my bow shop (basement) on removing some mass from some of my unseasoned staves, I was contemplating building a dry box to speed the drying process up a bit... I was thinking that after I whittled my stave into a bow blank, sealed it, and clamped it to a caul, I could insert the blank/caul into a door I could cut into my furnace pipe. There is a section of pipe that takes a 45 degree turn down before straightening out that I could install a sealed door. My furnace fan runs consistently and the heat turns on as needed per thermostat.
What do you think of my hair-brained idea before I cut into my furnace pipe?
It would only work in the winter as well. I really like my dry box in the summer with our high humidity. Winters are dry.
"Our greatest fear should not be of failure but of succeeding at things in life that don't really matter.” Francis Chan http://twotracksbow.com Posts: 4856 | From: Michigan | Registered: Feb 2009
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