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Love it! I can't wait to see the rest. 

Stick a tape measure on the first table. Don't have to mess with a loose one every time, and you can't lose it if it's glued or screwed to the table. 

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Congratulations on the upgraded space! I love watching almost anything being made. 

I hope you didn't take my suggestion as mean, it was meant as a helpful tip. 

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I'd like to preface this by saying that I know almost nothing about snowboard manufacturing, but I am a low-key hobbyist woodworker. I'm curious about how the cores are stored; I would have assumed that you need airflow to all six sides to keep the moisture content consistent in the whole blank, like you would for lumber that's being stored. Does that not apply to cores?

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The room need to have stable humidity & temperature. It's enough. We have special table where each day special guy fixed humidity & temperature inside this room. Both a/c have control humidity function. Plus extra humidifier.

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