I just recently needed to have an Ash tree removed due to Ash dieback, a fungal illness that's decimating the Ash tree's in the UK. Unfortunate as it was to see this tree go I will absolutely be utilizing all of it, the smaller branches were broken and will be utilized for animal bedding, a quantity will be sliced into logs to assist fuel our home and I will keep many pieces for turning. Like usual if I stumble upon newly cut wood I could not withstand the urge to turn a couple of pieces.
I was curious to discover how green wood would respond to fractal burning and if it would accelerate the drying process. The wetness material when I began was around 38 and now it reads around 25. Its been 3 weeks given that the tree was felled and there has actually been no splitting however the rim has warped on the vessel.
Please DO NOT attempt fractal burning unless you understand what you are doing.
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