Hi i am new to this site so i would like to start by saying hello to you all. :)
I am making timber frames for an airing cupboard, the frames consist or two stiles and three rails all mortice and tennon joints. The timber for the stiles (2.3m) is slightly bowed.
So can i use the slightly bowed timber for the posts putting the bowed timber (stiles) with the bowed timber counteracting each other then held square by the rails, or should i put the bowed timber with the bows going in the same direction.
Once glued and clamped will the frames hold square.
Thanks in advance.