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12-08-2016 02:13 PM

Identifying Wood - 5 replies

I found some nice logs yesterday that a landscaping company was giving away. I saw some discoloration on the tops and bottoms so I decided to take them and slab them up. Also a few branches for some coasters. Anyway, here are some pictures of some of the leaves that where still attached and a picture of the first cut I made. I live in So. Califo...

11-18-2016 03:35 PM

Identifying two types of wood - 6 replies

Trying to figure out what kind of wood I have here. Picked it up from a local tree cutting place and slabbed up a few pieces. I am in Southern California. The taller one had brown saw dust when I ripped it up with the chain saw. Thanks in advance for your help.

11-06-2016 05:59 PM

Identifying wood - 6 replies

I recently picked up a thick round of wood and have cut it into a couple different pieces to create a bench but I am unsure of what it is. I did some investigating and think it may be Sycamore due to the lacewood look of the end grain but thought I would start a post and see if anyone agrees or has other thoughts of what it is. I am located in S...

11-02-2016 02:12 PM

Alternatives to epoxy resin as cracks filler - 5 replies

I am curious to know if anyone knows of a cheaper alternative to using the epoxy resin for filling in cracks in slabs or cookies of wood. I enjoy making the butterfly inlays and leaving the cracks exposed but I would like to some day try out filling in the cracks. Just the two part epoxies seem so expensive for the amount you get so again I am j...

10-05-2016 06:44 PM

Identifying wood - 13 replies

Just picked up some wood and Im trying to figure out what it is. Do you know what it is? Pictures show one with it wet and others are dry. Thanks for your help.

08-08-2016 07:59 PM

Trying to Identify a log type. - 3 replies

I got this log the other day and am trying to identify what type of wood it it. I removed the bark and the texture under it on the outside of the tree is quite bumpy, the wood it self is very hard, with a light pink heartwood that turns quite red when staned and greyish sapwood. Can anyone help me identify it? It was on a golf course.


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