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  1. What Is the Philippine Mahogany Hardwood Used in Chris-Craft Boats? / Rockler How-to

    What Is the Philippine Mahogany Hardwood Used in Chris-Craft Boats? / Rockler How-to

    …than trade names, but it is doubtful that will ever occur. In Australia, Shorea species are sold under the trade name Pacific maple, so you can see how confusing this all can be. Naturally occurring true mahogany species in their native countries are all listed in Appendix II of the International…

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  3. Harvesting and Using Velvet Mesquite Lumber for Woodworking Projects / Rockler How-to

    Harvesting and Using Velvet Mesquite Lumber for Woodworking Projects / Rockler How-to

    How-To / * Harvesting and Using Velvet Mesquite Lumber for Woodworking Projects Harvesting and Using Velvet Mesquite Lumber for Woodworking Projects posted on December 1, 2008 by Tim Knight Prosopis glandulosa, Mesquite wood, is relatively new to woodworking, with a large lumber starting to be more…

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  5. Woodworkers Harvest and Preserve Rare African Bubinga Hardwood Trees / Rockler How-to

    Woodworkers Harvest and Preserve Rare African Bubinga Hardwood Trees / Rockler How-to

    How-To / * Woodworkers Harvest and Preserve Rare African Bubinga Hardwood Trees Woodworkers Harvest and Preserve Rare African Bubinga Hardwood Trees posted on April 1, 2008 by Tim Knight Penn Hardwood owner Rocky Mehta travelled to Africa to inspect this giant waterfall bubinga piece, valued at over…

  6. Sugar Maple Lumber - The Durable Hardwood Lumber of the Eastern U.S. / Rockler How-to

    Sugar Maple Lumber - The Durable Hardwood Lumber of the Eastern U.S. / Rockler How-to

    …nigrum) are commonly sold as "hard maple" in the lumber trade. Lumber from maple makes up six percent of all hardwood harvested in the United States every year, third only to red oak and yellow poplar. About one half of each year's harvest is used for lumber and veneer or for manufacturing products.…

  7. How to Find Information on Sustainable Forest and Lumber Management / Rockler How-to

    How to Find Information on Sustainable Forest and Lumber Management / Rockler How-to

    …where and how to buy lumber and wood products produced in a sustainable manner. The Forest Stewardship Council has a page in its site that will search for FSC certified wood products. At this time, if a woodworker wants to know with certainty that a piece of lumber has been grown and harvested in a…

  8. Mesquite Burl Pulls Down Record-Setting Large Tree for Unique Lumber / Rockler How-to

    Mesquite Burl Pulls Down Record-Setting Large Tree for Unique Lumber / Rockler How-to

    …Takes Mesquite Burl takes their lumber inconsistencies and all, filling the natural divots in the mesquite with black epoxy, creating an attractive contrast with the amber wood. Everything's bigger in Texas, so the saying goes â and the mesquite tree harvested earlier this year near Floresville…

  9. African Mahogany Lumber Is Collected from Hardwoods of Central Africa / Rockler How-to

    African Mahogany Lumber Is Collected from Hardwoods of Central Africa / Rockler How-to

    How-To / * African Mahogany Lumber Is Collected from Hardwoods of Central Africa African Mahogany Lumber Is Collected from Hardwoods of Central Africa posted on October 1, 2008 by Tim Knight African Mahogany is a name applied to many different types of hardwoods throughout central Africa. African…

  10. Black Walnut Lumber - A Midwest Forest Wood Highly Sought but Still Underpopulated / Rockler How-to

    Black Walnut Lumber - A Midwest Forest Wood Highly Sought but Still Underpopulated / Rockler How-to

    How-To / * Black Walnut Lumber - A Midwest Forest Wood Highly Sought but Still Underpopulated Black Walnut Lumber - A Midwest Forest Wood Highly Sought but Still Underpopulated posted on October 1, 2009 by Tim Knight Disease and over-farming have lead to a rarity of black walnut out of food…

  11. How to Build a Maple Wood Shaker-Style End Table / Rockler How-to

    How to Build a Maple Wood Shaker-Style End Table / Rockler How-to

    …left out how to attach the top and the construction of the drawer. I began by creating a Material List from the old measured drawings. Even though these drawings were exceedingly helpful, they left a couple of details out. First, how was the top attached to the underframe, and second, how was the…

  12. Woodworkers Split on the Future of Eco Friendly Woodworking / Rockler How-to

    Woodworkers Split on the Future of Eco Friendly Woodworking / Rockler How-to

    …ask how the lumber was harvested? When they did know the difference, 54% said they'd be willing to pay more for lumber that is harvested in an environmentally sustainable way (versus 46% who would not). However, 87% reported that they have not asked a new supplier how their lumber was harvested,

  13. How to Keep Bark on Your Wood Projects with Glue, Shellac and Wood Choice / Rockler How-to

    How to Keep Bark on Your Wood Projects with Glue, Shellac and Wood Choice / Rockler How-to

    …Journal previous post next post 2 thoughts on “How to Keep Bark on Your Wood Projects with Glue, Shellac and Wood Choice” * B.C. Thompson November 14, 2012 at 3:18 pm I have found species and age of tree along with time of year it is harvested to be the biggest bark tight determiner.…

  14. Local Sawmills Have Wood Harvesting, Kiln Drying, Sawing, and Planing All in One Location / Rockler How-to

    Local Sawmills Have Wood Harvesting, Kiln Drying, Sawing, and Planing All in One Location / Rockler How-to

    Harvesting, Kiln Drying, Sawing, and Planing All in One Location Local Sawmills Have Wood Harvesting, Kiln Drying, Sawing, and Planing All in One Location posted on April 1, 2011 by Jeff Day The Bailey Lumber Mill has large scale production and an equally large storage facility for their lumber.

  15. Lyptus Wood Is Hardwood Similar to Mahogany and Red Oak for Use Outdoors / Rockler How-to

    Lyptus Wood Is Hardwood Similar to Mahogany and Red Oak for Use Outdoors / Rockler How-to

    …sustainable and has many of the same characteristics as mahogany and red oak. Lyptus lumber comes from sustainable, plantation-grown hybrid eucalyptus trees. The trees are grown in Brazil and may be harvested within 14 to 16 years of being planted. It is a durable hardwood, slightly harder than…

  16. Longleaf Pine Trees Making Return to Southeastern Hardwood Forests / Rockler How-to

    Longleaf Pine Trees Making Return to Southeastern Hardwood Forests / Rockler How-to

    …managed and responsibly harvested in its remaining acres. Organizations like the Longleaf Alliance www.longleafalliance.org) and Tall Timbers (www.talltimbers.org) are working to increase longleaf acreage and lumber production. Presently, most newly harvested longleaf lumber still goes into the…

  17. Using Black Walnut Wood for Woodworking Projects / Rockler How-to

    Using Black Walnut Wood for Woodworking Projects / Rockler How-to

    …Harvey our bid. To my surprise, the only question he had was: "How soon can you get them done?" Most black walnut trees growing right now are focused on food growing, as their nuts are harvested regularly. I was lucky and the lumber that I ordered was revealed to be exceptionally beautiful as it…

  18. American Chestnut (Castanea dentata) Affected by Disease But Still Very Popular / Rockler How-to

    American Chestnut (Castanea dentata) Affected by Disease But Still Very Popular / Rockler How-to

    …Chestnut was truly the "Eastern Giant." American chestnut never exceeded one percent of the nation's total hardwood lumber output, but it made up a full 25 percent of lumber sales for the Appalachian region. When cut, the stump would sprout new stems that grew so fast they would quickly overtop…

  19. Building a Maple Wood Kitchen Table at the Naked Table Woodworking Program / Rockler How-to

    Building a Maple Wood Kitchen Table at the Naked Table Woodworking Program / Rockler How-to

    …previously on a CNC router), glue them together, apply the finish, and attach the top â before concluding their weekend with a meal of locally harvested food served upon the tops of the tables they have just built. The program is designed, Charlie said, to "attract not just people learning to be…

  20. Woodturners Show Small Scale Fine-Grain Wood Turning Projects on a Lathe / Rockler How-to

    Woodturners Show Small Scale Fine-Grain Wood Turning Projects on a Lathe / Rockler How-to

    …of the exotics. But don't forget to consider the branches of larger trees. For example, if I want to use ash wood for a small turning, I might harvest a small branch from a large tree. The growth rings will be closer together and finer-grained, helpful for small-scale turnings. The ability to see…

  21. Building a Mesquite Wood Southwestern Bench / Rockler How-to

    Building a Mesquite Wood Southwestern Bench / Rockler How-to

    …Colonial times, and examples can be seen in photographs of some of the buildings that Mary Colter designed. When editor Rob Johnstone chose mesquite lumber for this bench, I couldn't have been happier. Mesquite, a tree native to the Southwest and known for its dark, grainy and tough wood, is perfect…

  22. American Chestnut Coming Back from the Brink of Extinction / Rockler How-to

    American Chestnut Coming Back from the Brink of Extinction / Rockler How-to

    …chestnut. In fact, last fall they began harvesting nuts that they believe will produce blight resistant tree stock. Due to the slow growth of chestnut trees, the testing phase may last until 2020. I, for one, find that a hopeful and exciting prospect. How Does It Work? Reclaimed and found chestnut…

  23. Anti-Freeze is Not a Green Wood Stabilizer / Rockler How-to

    Anti-Freeze is Not a Green Wood Stabilizer / Rockler How-to

    …Different woods and different thicknesses will require different times." For more in-depth look at wood harvesting, milling and drying, read Fine Woodworking on Wood and How to Dry It or How to Season and Dry Your Own Wood. Especially if you're working with wood that hasn't been thoroughly kiln…

  24. Woodturning with Cascara Buckthorn a Cost-Effective Alternative to Pink Ivory / Rockler How-to

    Woodturning with Cascara Buckthorn a Cost-Effective Alternative to Pink Ivory / Rockler How-to

    …as Cascara Sagrada, the bark was in such high demand in the early-to-mid 20th century that the small trees were severely overharvested. Sadly, harvesting cascara bark kills the tree, and so throughout much of its native range, primarily the western side of the Cascades in the Pacific Northwest,…

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