Hard Country Maple Thin Cutting Board Strips

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Hard Country Maple Thin Cutting Board Strips
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Hard Country Maple Thin Cutting Board Strips

You're in good hands because these cutting board strips are cut from premium kiln dried lumber. They're ready to be ripped or cut to make your own custom cutting board. Be sure to grab 10-20 of these thin strips to build a 10"-15" wide cutting board.

Why Choose Hard Country Maple?
Expect a dramatic display of natural color with white sapwood, brown heartwood, dark mineral streaks and wild knots. Country maple is our description of the hard maple that’s left over after the 100% white boards have been separated out for use as Hard White Maple. This is for those who want something totally unexpected and different - in turn, country maple costs less and offers eccentric color!

What Size Is This?
Thickness 3/4"
Width 1-3/4"
Length 18"
Grade Kiln dried, clear
Approximated, actual size may vary +/- 1/8"

About Hard Country Maple (Acer saccharum)

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Weight

3.67

lbs /Bd. Ft.
2.51% heavier than red oak (3.58 /bd. ft.)
Hardness

1450

Janka Rating
12.40% harder than red oak (1290 psi)
Density

0.68

Specific Gravity
6.25% more dense than red oak (.64)

General Workability
Average 5/10
Red Oak

Wood Texture
V. Fine 2/10
Red Oak

Ease of Finishing
Average 6/10
Red Oak

map of where Hard Country Maple tree grows
Hard Country Maple is a domestic wood from North America

Expect a dramatic display of natural color with white sapwood, brown heartwood, dark mineral streaks and wild knots. Country maple is our description of the hard maple that’s left over after the 100% white boards have been separated out for use as Hard White Maple. This is for those who want something totally unexpected and different - in turn, country maple costs less and offers eccentric color!

color of Hard Country Maple
Color Range
Creamy white to yellowish or pale tan with dark brown bands and streaks. The variety of inconsistent color gives it a rustic, or country, appearance.
the Hard Country Maple tree
What's The Tree Like?
Also called Hard Rock Maple or Sugar Maple. Produces sweet sap used to make maple syrup. Matures at heights of 90-120 feet with a trunk 24-36.
other names for Hard Country Maple
Other Names
Brown Hard maple, Rustic Maple, Rock maple, Sugar maple
uses for Hard Country Maple
Some Typical Uses
Furniture, flooring, industrial parts, desks, cabinetry, doors, cutting boards, small boxes and accessories
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