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That's what i meant by insualte too. many ways to "insulate".
Seems to me if one side of the wood gets consistently exposed to a dramtically different heat signature it is going to move eventually no matter how low the MC was out of the kiln.
That kind of heat applied to one side will force the remaining MC out of the wood at a much faster rate than the side that sees little or no relative heat.
All just MHO of course I have never made one and put it in service.
skymaster do you have pics and specs i.e. temps that the wood is exposed to on the heat side etc?
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