Here's what to know about woodworking with this wood
Lumber contains tight, sound knots throughout. A soft, relatively low-strength, straight-grained, even-textured wood. Works well with hand and machine tools, but sharp cutting edges need to be maintained to prevent tearing the grain. The wood is rarely wider than 6 due to the small size of the trees.
Knotty Alder grows in North America
Color RangePale Yellow to Reddish Brown with dark knots
Other NamesAlder, Oregon alder, Pacific coast alder, Red alder, Western alder
Some Typical UsesRustic furniture, entry doors, moldings, turning, carving, toys, plywood, veneer, cabinets, musical instruments.
What's the Tree Like?A relatively small tree, reaching about 50ft in height and producing a trunk in diameter up to 15".
2.33lbs /Bd. Ft.
Woodworking with Knotty Alder:
Ease of Finishing
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