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nwbusa

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#1 posted 08-09-2013 11:53 PM

I’ve used roasted maple in a few of my projects posted here, and have a couple hundred BF of it out on the racks. It’s nice stuf, easy to work with. Weighs a bit less than plain maple, and sometimes acts a bit more “brittle” for lack of a better word. Sawdust is very fine and tends to stick to blades, bits, etc. Smells nice when cut!

-- John, BC, Canada


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