Padauk African 4/4 Craft Pack: 10 Board Feet
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Padauk African 4/4 Craft Pack: 10 Board Feet

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lumber thickness

Thickness

13/16'' thick, surfaced smooth two sides (4/4 S2S) Additional planing to a different thickness is also available (see above).
lumber width

Widths

3''-8'', with rough edges. Straight line ripping on one edge is available as well, see above.
lumber length

Lengths

24''-48'', with the ends trimmed. Each pack contains a variety of lengths.

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