Oak 1006 L x 102 W x 32 D mm (482)

Oak 1006 L x 102 W x 32 D mm (482)

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Timber: Oak

Dimensions

 1006 L x 102 W x 32 D mm 

Please note that we have measured the widest and narrowest widths on the widest side.

Description

A nice piece of dry timber, great colour and grain, ready to use.

1/4 sawn.

What does the description mean?

All of the descriptions below are all natural in timber; some are created when the trees are growing, and some occur during processing and drying. 

If you have any further questions about any items, please don't hesitate to contact me.

The photos will show as many descriptions as possible.

Waney Edges

  • This is when the timber keeps 1 or 2 of the natural edges, which may or may not include the bark.

Surface Splits

  • They vary from shallow hair line splits to larger, wider splits on the timber flat surfaces.

End grain split

  • These splits go into the wood from the cut ends of the timber. 

Loose Bits and Flaky Bits

  • This is when the wood has become softer in some parts more than others, or there are soft waney edges.

Worm Holes and Bark Beetles

  • The holes are caused by insect attacks; all are treated before sale to ensure no further infestation.

1/4 Sawn 

  • When the cut timber has horizontal grain, it is more sought after as it becomes a more stable timber, and oak shows off the medullary rays.

Planner Tares 

  • These are caused by the planning machine, which smooths the timber. The tares are slight chip marks on the smooth surfaces.

Saw Marks

  • Saw marks are from the milling process and sometimes get left on the surfaces to preserve the thickness of the timber.

Spalted

  • This is often a favorite of woodturners. When the wood has been attacked by fungi, it then leaves black lines and various colours through the timber. It will not carry on growing while the wood is dry.

Rustic

  • This tends to be slightly rough and ready timber; it can have varying colors, holes, soft bits, splits, shakes, nail holes, insect holes, and so on?.

Cupped

  • This is when the wood concave's across its width.

 

Please note that the wood has been wiped with a damp cloth prior to photographs being taken. 

This is to show the timber's natural grain and features and for you to see what it would look like once oiled, waxed, or polished. 

No stain has been applied to any of the wood shown. All colours seen are natural to the wood.

We mill timber, which is suitable for all woodworking projects: furniture making, wood turning, wood carving, DIY, hobbies, crafts, windows and doors, mantle pieces, building projects, etc.

When selecting and milling the timber we use, we take time to get the best from each tree, often working with the natural features and grain within a piece.

These natural features can often be such things as knots, splits, shakes, holes, Beetle holes, Bark, Etc

Please take your time to look at each piece carefully to make sure you are happy with what you are buying. If you have any questions, please ask.

All timber is sustainably sourced. We buy trees that have died, been blown over, had to be taken down due to disease, or were simply growing in the wrong place. 

Please visit www.Treecyclinguk.co.uk further details and information 

We aim to dispatch items on the same day as the purchase. Delivery is estimated to take between 2 and 3 working days.

For shipping to the Channel Islands and Highlands, please contact us for a postage quote.

All items are tracked, and a signature will be needed on delivery.

If the item is not quite what you had hoped for or has become damaged in transit, please get in touch. We will do our upmost to put things right; your custom is valued!


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