#2
Put it in a fire


Or kiln
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#3
maybe oven it.....
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#5
how thick is it? What type of wood is it?

If you dry the wood too quickly then it will split. Even if the wood doesn't split it can still end up case hardening. Either way you can't use it after that happens. You can kiln dry the wood but be sure the person with the kiln knows what they are doing otherwise you will be sorry. Also, the oven thing can work on softwoods that are less than 1/4" thick. It can also work on some types of hardwood, that are less than 1/4" thick. If the wood is more than 1/4" thick then it might split when it's in the oven.

If you do oven dry the wood keep the temp under 200 ferinhight and only keep the oven going for 30 min at a time. Dry it in 3 stages.
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#7
You can't oven dry that. You need to take it to somebody with a kiln. It will take about 1 month to kiln dry and they you need to let it sit in your shop for another 3 months before it's ready to build with. Otherwise you can wait about a year and build something out of it then. If you know how long ago that board has been cut then you can figure that in too. Mahogany take just under 1 year per inch so if it was cut and kept indoors for 6 months then you only need to let it sit around for another 6 months.
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