The local hardwood wholesaler put 600BF of gluelam (7-1/2 ft, 2 pcs 1″ by 2-1/2″ oak glued to center piece of 3/4″ by 2-1/2″ balsa) into the scrap pile today, they said it is used for doors and was too little for them to bother with(unloading 6 semis at the time).
Has anybody had experience with this type door construction, looks like is has lots of advantages, will make up a few doors with it if I don’t hear too many negatives.
Builder Bryan Uhler dives deep into the details of wood and moisture and explains why he uses the Slicker Classic from Benjamin Obdyke on many of his wall assemblies.
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