You'll have to cut your own pieces to size. Hardwood lumber is sold as a bulk raw product, which means that our stacks of lumber have a big variety of sizes most often from 4" up to 12" wide, and 6' to 16' long.
Only some unusual exotic woods are narrower than 4" and under 6' long. This is clearly stated when that's the case, everything else is larger.
We always ship the longest boards possible, and rarely ship boards less than 48" long unless you request shorter. The longest we can ship by UPS is 96" (that's 8').
For general fine woodworking, the various widths and lengths meet the needs and desires of woodworkers building furniture, cabinetry, and fine woodwork. But we do understand that certain projects have some requirements, and we're happy to help you out.
Here's how we can help you get the sizes you need:
We can hand-select material that will yield what you need. Type your needs into the "Selection Request" field right above the Add to Cart button above when you place your order. 4 things to know about size requests
We can do some limited custom milling such as planing to a different thickness and straight-line ripping one edge. Please call or email to talk about your needs.
Other Good things To Know
Quantity:Project Packs contain 20 board feet (or slightly more), which tends to be approximately 4 to 7 boards depending on the size
Grade:Select & Better. See our page about Hardwood Grading for some details about common lumber grades and their definitions.
Extra Discount:10% off 3+ Packs
What's in a Project Pack?
Uniform thickness lumber
Planed smooth both sides
Selection of widths and lengths
4-7 boards to equal 20 board feet
Packaged for maximum protection
Price includes delivery within 48 U.S.!
Lumber Thickness Compared:
The thickness of hardwood lumber is expressed as a fraction. Here are the various lumber thicknesses compared to one another.
What's the wood like?
Flaky, speckled figure with dark flecks, varying from a small lacelike pattern to a larger splashy figure. Texture is fairly coarse. Moderately hard. Works easy, except for a tendency to splinter, and takes a very lustrous finish. Quite scarce timber.
How's the color?
Pale pinkish brown to medium brown.
Does it go by other names?
What could I use it for?
Boxes, inlay, accessories, fine furniture, veneer, turnery
What is the tree like?
Grows up to 150 feet with a trunk diameter of up to 4'.
The tree grows in
South America, Chile, Brazil
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