About Quarter Sawn White Oak
Quarter Sawn White Oak is the same species as White Oak but the wood has been cut from the log at a different angle (quartered). It is more stable than standard (flat sawn) White Oak and has a finer texture with a dramatic flaking pattern that runs perpendicular to the grain.
- Common Names: Quarter Sawn White Oak, Quartered Oak, Tiger 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, often has lighter brown or beige flecks
- Janka Hardness: 1360 lbs/ft
- Avg. Weight: 3.91 lbs/bdft
- General Workability: Quarter Sawn White Oak is moderately hard. It cuts, glues, stains, and finishes well and has higher dimensional stability than flat sawn White Oak.
Project Ready? These thin wood sheets are perfect for scroll sawing, laser cutting and engraving, thick veneers, and much more.
Our Project Ready Quarter Sawn White Oak boards are kiln dried and surfaced and sanded to 150 grit on two sides.
Sizes are exact. |
This is all solid Quarter Sawn White Oak hardwood, not plywood, and is not glued. |
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These Quarter Sawn White Oak boards are solid hardwood, sanded to 150 grit on two sides. Sizes are exact.