Walnut Black 4/4 Craft Pack: 10 Board Feet of Lumber

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Walnut Black 4/4 Craft Pack: 10 Board Feet

$165.00 /Pack

1-2 $165.00
3+ $148.50 /Pack (10% off)
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$10.00 East of Mississippi River
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hardwood lumber sizes
Walnut lumber pack comes with an assortment of widths and lengths.
Here's what you can expect:
13/16" Thickness

Also known as 4/4, S2S.
Surfaced 2 sides (S2S) to 13/16" actual thickness. May still require you to flatten, plane, shape or sand your project parts to fit your project.

Learn more in our blog: "What Does 4/4 Mean in Lumber?"

3" to 6" Widths

This is the range of widths that are usually available in this pack.

  • Price shown is for a random selection of widths within this range
  • Special hand-selection is avaialble at an additional fee, please contact to inquire
  • Edges are rough sawn
  • Straight edge ripping service is available for a small fee

24" to 46" Lengths

You get a variety of lengths with the ends trimmed.

Here's the perfect assortment of boards for your small fine woodworking projects, or when you want to try just a little bit of this wood!
 
A 10 board foot Craft Pack is simple, plus we stand behind it with our 100% satisfaction guarantee. It includes a great mix of boards that total 10 board feet of hand-picked lumber, and you'll get a fantastic assortment of sizes: from 3'' to 8'' wide, and 24'' to 48'' long. All boards come surfaced on 2 sides (S2S) to 13/16'' thick, you can choose to have the boards planed down to a different thickness if you want thin lumber.

About Walnut (Juglans nigra)

Weight

3.33

lbs /Bd. Ft.
-6.98% lighter than red oak (3.58 /bd. ft.)
Hardness

1010

Janka Rating
-21.71% softer than red oak (1290 psi)
Density

0.59

Specific Gravity
-7.81% less dense than red oak (.64)

General Workability
Good 4/10
Red Oak

Wood Texture
Fine 3/10
Red Oak

Ease of Finishing
Good 4/10
Red Oak

map of where Walnut tree grows
Walnut is a domestic wood from North America

Usually steamed to match sapwood and heartwood. Fine but open grain. Moderately coarse texture. Excellent to work including turning and carving.

color of Walnut
Color Range
Light to dark brown or chocolate brown.
the Walnut tree
What's The Tree Like?
A moderate sized tree reaching about 100 feet and producing a trunk up to 60" in diameter.
other names for Walnut
Other Names
American black walnut, American Walnut, Black Walnut, Eastern black walnut
uses for Walnut
Some Typical Uses
Gun stocks, musical instruments, fine furniture, cabinetry, flooring.

lumber random widths Random Widths
You will cut and/or glue to create the sizes you need
rough sawn vs surfaced lumber Surfaced Smooth S2S
We buy rough sawn lumber and have it surfaced 2 sides (S2S) so you're ready to work
rough sawn vs surfaced lumber Kiln Dried
We stock kiln dried lumber and store it in a protected warehouse
rough sawn vs surfaced lumber 83%+ Clear
Unless stated otherwise, we stock Select & Better graded lumber that's at least 83% clear one side
lumber thickness Lumber Compared
Various lumber thickness as compared to one another
  1. Decide how much board footage you need
  2. Factor in enough to work with! You'll want to arrange grain patterns, sort color, fix mistakes, run test cuts, make finish samples, etc.
  3. Lumber comes in random widths and lengths. If you need special size considerations, please let us know by using the "Minimum Size Request" box in the order form or by confirming your needs by phone or email.
  4. Expect your final amount of footage to change slightly. Buying by the board foot is an exercise in estimation, therefore we don't know the precise amount of footage you'll receive (and be billed for) until we physically select the wood for your order.
  5. We want to get your order right! So we may need to contact you for clarification. Please use a good phone and email during checkout.

This is the unit of measurement for hardwood lumber when it's bought/sold in random widths and random lengths.

Board footage is a measurement of volume, and it's abbreviated Bd. Ft.

One board foot is equal to 144 cubic inches.

board foot formula

It's a fraction that refers to rough (RGH) sawn thickness of lumber, and it tells you approximately how many quarters of an inch make up the thickness.

Surfaced lumber is thinner because it started out as rough sawn but it's been planed smooth. Planing removes thickness.

Rough Sawn (RGH) Surfaced (S2S)
4/4 ~1" 13/16"
5/4 ~1-1/4" 1-1/16"
6/4 ~1-1/2" 1-5/16"
8/4 ~2" 1-13/16"
12/4 ~3" 2-13/16"

Unless otherwise specified, our lumber is "Surfaced 2 Sides" or S2S for short.

Check out our article if you want the full explanation.

If you can cut your own pieces to size, here's how we can help:

  1. Enter requirements into the order form where it says, "Minimum Size Request"
  2. Tell us what you want to acheive or make
  3. You will receive wood that can yeild what you need. (You will create the final size)
  4. We may need to contact you for clarification

You will cut and/or join your material to create the finished sizes you need. We'll pick out wood that will give you enough to do that. For this reason, the final amount of footage you receive in your order will be slightly different, and your final billed charge will be different.

If you want to only buy pieces of an exact size, that will be sold differently. Please contact us for a custom quote.

Sadly, wood cannot be 100% guaranteed to be clear on both sides all the time. Most of our lumber is graded "Select" and better, which means it's at minimum 83% clear on one side.
Hardwood grades explained

Customer Ratings & Reviews

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Ratings Snapshot
4.8
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5 (11)
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3 (1)
2 (0)
1 (0)
Would recommend this product?
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4.8
out of 5
5 (11)
4 (0)
3 (1)
2 (0)
1 (0)
Would recommend this product?
100%
12 Total Reviews
December 13, 2017
5 out of 5
Master Craftsman
Review by  Robert from ID
Beautiful grain!
Verified Buyer
Recommended
January 17, 2017
5 out of 5
Consistentlyn good
Review by  PAUL from Oklahoma
Very little sapwood
Verified Buyer
Recommended
December 21, 2014
5 out of 5
very nice
Review by  Doris Barzas from eunice, LA US
I ordered the Black Walnut. The packaging was very torn but I am pleased to say that the boards were not damaged. I received exactly what the picture online was. I am anxious to make my coffee table..
Recommended
September 18, 2012
5 out of 5
Great wood
Review by  Brian Smith from Dallas, tx usa
Really impressed by the quality. Boards were perfect width. Haven't had a chance to sand, cut, and stain, but hopefully this weekend.
Recommended
May 4, 2012
5 out of 5
Outstanding selection!!!!!!
Review by  James Shepard from Port Orchard, WA USA
As ALWAYS,WWS came thru!! The selection of wood was the finest!
Recommended
January 25, 2012
5 out of 5
I like it!
Review by  Doc Wiltbank from snowflake, AZ United States
I make bowls on my ringmaster. I love working with strips of black walnut! It adds a real nice contrast to lighter color wood strips in the same laminated board.
Recommended
12 Total Reviews
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