Square Edge Lumber

Square Edge Sawn Lumber are rough swan solid woods.

The species offered here are the classics ones such as Oak, Beech, and Ash.

Available thickness are 27 mm, 50 mm, and 54 mm. However other thickness might be available from time to time.

Sorted by grade: First Grade, Second Grade, and Rustic, the boards are sold individually.

These lumber are k...

Square Edge Sawn Lumber are rough swan solid woods.

The species offered here are the classics ones such as Oak, Beech, and Ash.

Available thickness are 27 mm, 50 mm, and 54 mm. However other thickness might be available from time to time.

Sorted by grade: First Grade, Second Grade, and Rustic, the boards are sold individually.

These lumber are kiln dried 10 to 12% at the time of pulling them out from the drier.

Please use the left column to select the species or the requested dimensions.

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Square Edge Lumber  There are 76 products.

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  • 27mm Rustic Oak

    27mm Oak Rustic grade.

    Rustic grade sawn timber.

    First And Second grade, small knots, and pin knots allowed. May have a trace of sapwood on one side.

    Rough swan, edges been squared after drying, giving to these boards appreciable straightness, however, dried wood might suffer a slight deformation.

    Kiln Dry 10 to 12 % at the time of pulling out the lumber from the dryer.

    These products are rough sawn products that need might need to be smooth and sand.

    Please, use the left column to select your width.

  • 27 mm Beech A grade

    27 mm Beech sawn timber A grade.

    A grade sawn timber, 3 to 4 sides clear.

    Steamed Beech square edges Sawn planks.

    Kiln-dried 10 to 12 % at time of pulling the boards out of the dryer. 

    The Beechwood is hear offred as swan boards with a light steaming giving light pink color after planing.

    Please, use the left column to select your width.

  • 27 mm Beech A grade...

    Beech 27 mm A grade All colors.

    Same as A grade sawn timber the All Colors is 3 to 4 sides clear, but All natural colors are accepted.

    Steamed Beech square edges Sawn planks.

    Kiln-dried 10 to 12 % at the time of pulling the boards out of the dryer. 

    The Beechwood is hear offred as swan boards with a light steaming giving light pink color after planing.

    Please, use the left column to select your width.

  • Beech lumber Premium...

    Grown and sawn in France.

    Premium grade is a 4 / 3 faces clean.

    Rough swan, light steamed and square edge.

    Thickness: 50 mm.

    It's an hardwood species and after Oak the Beech is the second more commun species in the French forest.

    This wood is very appreciated for furniture crafting as the beech is an easy cutting, carving and staining species.

    His light color and smooth texture place the Beech as a first choice for a refine style decoration.

  • Beech Lumber Second...

    Beech Lumber Second Grade 50 mm

    Grown and sawn in France.

    Second grade is a rather clean product that accepts a knot and authorized red heart both sides.

    Rough sawn, light steamed and square edge.

    Thickness: 50 mm.

    It's a hardwood species and after Oak, the Beech is the second more common species in the French forest.

    This wood is very appreciated for furniture crafting as the beech is an easy cutting, carving and staining species.

    His light color and smooth texture place the Beech as the first choice for a refined style decoration.

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  • Oak Lumber 54 mm

    Oak Lumber 54 mm.

    Rough sawn Oak lumber, square edge have been cut after drying.

    French Oak timber.

    Tickness: 54 mm.

    Available in premium grade as well as rustic grade.

    Kiln dried 10 to 12% moisture content at the time of pulling out the wood from the drier.

    Water rings and marks are only on the surface, they will disappear with smoothing and sanding.

    Is it really necessary to introduce this wood species, which is one of the most famous as well as for its beautiful grain than for its technical quality? If there is anything else to add, just remember that Oak, with its good stability, will always be a wise choice for joinery.

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