pariah223 Posted April 19, 2008 Report Share Posted April 19, 2008 I recently got my bending iron up and running and had suprisingly good success bending a test piece of wood to a guitar shape. I realized afterward howerver that the wood was about .140 and the book i have recommends the wood be .90 thick. my question, which may or may not have an obvious answer is, is thinner wood more likely to crack or is it actually easier to bend to shape without cracking. I had no problems with my wood cracking at .140 thick, but i dont have another piece of test wood to test it out before i go doing the real thing so i was just wonder if anyuone knows the answer to this. Thanks! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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