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I have never done any timber framing, but I'll give my two cents. If your rental building is big enough, I would think pinning everything together and letting it lay would help. Unless you think it would be to difficult to knock the pins out when its time for delivery?
Can they built laying flat on the ground and build each on top of the other?
I haven't used radio freq dried doug fir, but I'd wonder if just the outside of the timber gave up it's moisture where as it's still holding water in the center? As it sits, will moisture migrate out from the center and cause movement? I know with oak you'd definitely have timbers moving and twisting on you. Try to cut and raise right after.
I'm about to do this I guess so to reiterate what I should do, saw-cut-sticker stack-waiting 6-8 weeks-test fit-adjustments-drill for pegs? Go to chiropractor? Just brought home some logs today!
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