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Forum topic by ms0099rg posted 513 days ago 523 views 0 times favorited 6 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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513 days ago

Topic tags/keywords: maple question tip resource

I am new to the woodworking world and try to find out what wood this is


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#1 posted 513 days ago

Maple.

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#2 posted 513 days ago

I’ll second that, definitely looks like maple.

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#3 posted 513 days ago

Probably maple. Commonly used.

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#4 posted 513 days ago

lol!

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#5 posted 513 days ago

Why didn’t the poster just look at the label in the home center?

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#6 posted 513 days ago

If you can drive a pipe into it in February and get sweet sticky stuff in the bucket under the pipe, it’s maple.

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Lee

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