1. Logs are milled to a uniform shape and size.
2. A beveled edge or tongue-andgroove can be used to interlock logs. Swedish coping is also an option.
3. Logs are stripped of their bark for consistent grain and color.
4. Corner lengths are uniformly cut for a precise fit and tidy appearance. 5. Chinking is often unnecessary but can be used for aesthetics.
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