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Spanish Cedar Humidor: A Fine Woodworking Project // How to

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Inspired by the strategies and in-depth article offered at: https://www.finewoodworking.com/FWNPDFfree/humidor.pdf

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This is a humidor made from Spanish cedar with a wenge inlay in the corners that I produced a friend. The construction is generally a box within a box. This enables the inside of package to preserve a relative humidity of around 70% while inside a room with a much lower humidity without deforming and splitting.

You can find more information in the complete post on my site: www.ycmt2.com/humidor

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