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so I have officially joined the cult with a nice lathe upgrade. It has already made a huge difference in the enjoyment factor. Like many of you I'm sure I could turn for hours. There are days tho that I would just as soon be outside with the chainsaw. Once I start in at the log pile and have the saw running well I figure I might as well cut a stack of blanks not just one or two to turn that day. So if I do that and then band saw them into rounds what should I do to keep them from checking. Wax dip? Leave them out in the weather? Kiln?