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processing cherry

processing cherry
Posted by: James (IP Logged)
Date: April 23, 2007 09:39


I'm in Japan working at a kindergarten, and they are about to do some renovations. It is unfortunate, but there are a few trees that are coming down. One of them is a cherry tree that was planted 50 years ago. I would like to use the wood to make wooden blocks for the children, so that they have new toys, and so that the tree does not have to really leave the kindergarten. My question: Is there a time limit from cutting the tree down to being able to process it? Does it need time to dry out?

My Japanese is not that conversational, so I have come to this forum. I appreciate your help.


Subject Posted By Posted
|  processing cherry James 23/04/2007 09:39
||  Re: processing cherry CH 23/04/2007 11:27
|||  Re: processing cherry James 25/04/2007 23:17
|||  Sealing the ends Mario Vaden 26/04/2007 16:30

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