*These pictures are only examples of what to expect. Due to individual computer preferences the color of the wood you receive may differ.
About White Oak
White Oak is rot-resistant, and strong making it suitable for outdoor use. Because of this the wood has traditionally been used to make railroad ties, fence posts, ships and whiskey barrels.
White Oak usually has a finer texture and more figure than Red Oak.
We also carry Quarter Sawn White Oak.
Common Names: White Oak, American White Oak, Stave Oak, Fork-Leaf Oak, Ridge White Oak, Quercus alba
Origin: Midwest and eastern United States.
Color: Light to medium brown commonly with an olive cast.
General Workability: Moderate hardness. Cuts, glues, stains, and finishes well. White Oak has a fairly high shrinkage rate resulting in mediocre stability. Works well for turning and steam-bending.
Project Ready? - Previously call "Scroll Saw Ready" these are thin wood sheets ready for scroll sawing, laser cutting and engraving, thick veneers and much more.
Our Project Ready White Oak boards are kiln dried, surfaced & sanded to 150 grit on 2 sides.
Sizes are exact. -
This is all solid White Oak hardwood, not plywood, and is not glued. -
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Buy Project Ready White Oak Wood: (Scroll Saw Ready)
These White Oak boards are solid hardwood and sanded to 150 grit on 2 sides. Sizes are exact.
4" x 24"
6" x 24"
8" x 24"
Custom sizes of White Oak are available. Contact us for prices.