The thin wood that's perfect for scroll sawing, laser cutting and engraving, thick veneers and many other crafts.
All of our thin wood and Project Ready Hardwoods are 24 inches long. They are kiln dried, surfaced and sanded on 2 sides. Our thin wood sizes are not nominal, for example, if you order a 6" wide board, you will get a board exactly 6" wide, or wider. This is all solid hardwood sheets, not plywood, and is never glued.
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This thin wood works great for scroll sawing, chip carving, laser cutting and engraving, thick veneers, and much more. And it comes in 1/16", 1/8", 3/16" 1/4", 3/8", 1/2" and 3/4" thickness and widths from 4" to 12". We can also do other sizes of thin wood like 5/16, and 7/8, contact us for prices.
Alder is a soft wood, sometimes with knots present. Alder darkens a good bit when a finish is applied and looks similar to Cherry. Since it is a soft wood, thin Alder works great for Laser Cutting and Engraving.
American Beech is often overlooked and underrated as a utility hardwood, but because of its durability and low cost, Beech can be exceptionally valuable for woodworkers.
Beech has a fine, even texture.
Some pieces of Canarywood can be almost rainbow colored—with dark red streaks, along with the natural orange, yellow, and brown coloration. Canarywood is easy to work with both hand and machine tools. Good dimensional stability. Turns, glues and finishes well.
Curly Maple is Maple wood with a unique wavy, curly figure to the grain. The ripples in the grain pattern create a three dimensional effect that looks like the wood has 'curled' along the length of the board. The figure is most noticeable after a finish is applied. This is a medium figured wood, and some boards may be brown in color.
Quarter sawn White Oak is simply White Oak that has been cut from the log at a different angle. It has a finer texture and a dramatic flaking figure running perpendicular to the grain.
10# Box of Exotic Wood Seconds
These are pieces that are too short, have a knot, cracked ends, or other defects that don't fit our quality standards as "Project Ready". The pieces can vary in size from 1/8" to 3/4" thick, 4" to 8" wide and 12" to 24" long.
They are NOT sanded, and can sometimes have rough edges or ends. This box will have at least 10 pounds worth of wood pieces and at least two different species. Possible species include: Wenge, Zebrawood, Purpleheart, Yelllowheart, Padauk, Mahogany, Bloodwood, Lacewood and Bubinga.
This is a great chance to try out some new and exciting wood types at a fraction of the normal cost.
No special requests.
20# Box of Domestic Wood Seconds
These are pieces that are too short, have a knot, cracked ends, or other defects that don't fit our quality standards as "Project Ready". The pieces can vary in size from 1/8" to 3/4" thick, 4" to 12" wide and 12" to 24" long.
They are NOT sanded, and can sometimes have rough edges or ends. This box will have at least 20 pounds worth of wood pieces and at least four different species. Possible species include: Alder, Aspen, Ash, Butternut Basswood, Curly Maple, Cherry, Hard Maple, Red Oak, Red Cedar, Poplar, White Oak and Walnut.
This is a great chance to get a box full of wood at a fraction of the normal cost.
No special requests.