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#1 posted 1222 days ago

Charlie, according to R. Bruce Hoadley, the best way ( and according to him, it makes sense) is to magnify the end grain , the book Identifying Wood, by R. Bruce Hoadley is a very good reference for IDing wood, I have seen fresh planed maple and cherry that is very difficult to tell apart, so looking at end grain with a magnifying glass and seeing the pics in the book will help a lot

-- Smitty!!!


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