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On Wed, 24 Nov 2004 13:23:24 +1100, "Grainger Morris"
In the main, yes.
Over time and a number of slow moist/dry cycles, it becomes slower to
respond and moves less. This is the difference between drying timber
until it's dry, and seasoning timber for even longer (some years)
until it's more stable.
Mostly, as Andy says. Over time the fibers take more and more of a "set,"
If you trust Yankee technology, try some of this. Timber names may differ,
but wood's still cellulose, hemicellulose and lignin.
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