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Posted on Yet another wood id :P

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saw4fun

140 posts in 1934 days


#1 posted 1016 days ago

The bark looks like elm and the heartwood looks like elm. The growth rings appear that this tree grew fairly fast, like elm. What does it smell like? Does it have a musty sweet smell? Almost certain this is a red elm which does have a significantly darker heartwood. It is fun to turn though!!

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