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#1 posted 07-23-2018 02:46 PM

I thought poplar as well but most poplar is sticky and soft like everyone else has said. That picture really looks like poplar though. How does it smell when you cut it? Poplar has an unpleasant smell when machined. If it is really old, it may have become harder based on how it has weathered. Most of the poplar I have worked with is still fairly green and it is new growth.

Cool grain patterns and coloring. What are you planning to build with it?

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