Straight, close grain with a fine, uniform texture. Nearly white sapwood, sometimes with a reddish tinge and light tannish heartwood. Heavy, hard, strong, and stiff with moderate shock resistance, low decay resistance, and medium movement in use. Steam-bends satisfactorily. Machines well, especially for turning, but is susceptible to burning and irregular grain can cause chip-out. Pre-drilling recommended for screwing or nailing. Glues well and finishes very smoothly.
(Source: National Hardwood Lumber Association)
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4/4 Select, S2S, KD. Random widths and lengths varying 10′-12′. We also carry 8/4 and some 16/4. Email for discounts.