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Wood0z

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1368 days ago

Could this be Maple, Oak or what please?

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#1 posted 1368 days ago

Kind of looks like poplar, but I’ve never seen knots like that in the poplar I’ve bought.

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#2 posted 1368 days ago

Looking at the end grain photo’s, the wood fibres look porus, that leads me to think. Cedar !

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#3 posted 1368 days ago

In Pa- greenish tint is poplar.

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#4 posted 1368 days ago

I too would guess poplar.

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#5 posted 1368 days ago

I would lean heavily toward poplar also.

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#6 posted 1368 days ago

I would have to say poplar, if it was white cedar it would have that destinct cedar smell.

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#7 posted 1368 days ago

I agree that the green tint is a definite poplar marker; however, the grain and the knots look like doug fir. The shape seems to be 2×4 further speaking to doug fir.

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#8 posted 1368 days ago

Poplar

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#9 posted 1368 days ago

looks like poplar. I believe there is alot grown there.

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Don

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#10 posted 1367 days ago

I agree it looks like poplar up to the last 2 pictures. Those look kind of like Canary wood.

How hard is it? Poplar is a fairly soft hard wood.

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#11 posted 1367 days ago

poplar

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#12 posted 1367 days ago

my vote is for poplar. it’s a relatively light weight wood compared to something like maple. You can easily tell the weight difference.

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#13 posted 1367 days ago

poplar wins

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#14 posted 1367 days ago

Well I guess it’s Poplar then, I wouldn’t have a clue because I don’t see tha wood often in Australia and the only reason I was asking because I’ve been recycling the USA wooden crates to make carving and extra from them n thank yoou all!!
However might have some other wood to find out what they are and Don its actually light weight and easy to shape, unti you hit the wood nots…

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#15 posted 1367 days ago

If you got it from recylced crates there might be multiple speices in the same pile which would explain why the last couple of photos look so different. Poplar is very common and cheap in the USA so I’m sure it is often used for crates.

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