xForestry ID - Under Construction

Sapwood:
(Wood ID Characteristics - Area)
Pith:
(Wood ID Characteristics - Area)
Heartwood:
(Wood ID Characteristics - Area)
Flat Grain:
(Wood ID Characteristics - Grain)
Vertical Grain:
(Wood ID Characteristics - Grain)
Intergrown Knot:
(Wood ID Characteristics - Knot Quality)
Encased Knot:
(Wood ID Characteristics - Knot Quality)
Spike Knot:
(Wood ID Characteristics - Knot Shape)
Round Knot:
(Wood ID Characteristics - Knot Shape)
Warp:
(Wood ID Characteristics - other)
Wane:
(Wood ID Characteristics - other)
Flecks:
(Wood ID Characteristics - other)
Pitch Pocket:
(Wood ID Characteristics - other)
Unsound Wood (Rot):
(Wood ID Characteristics - other)
Planer Miss or Skip:
(Wood ID Characteristics - other)
Grub Holes:
(Wood ID Characteristics - other)
Shake:
(Wood ID Characteristics - other)
White Speck:
(Wood ID Characteristics - other)
Birdseye:
(Wood ID Characteristics - other)
Split:
(Wood ID Characteristics - other)
Season Check:
(Wood ID Characteristics - other)
Stain:
(Wood ID Characteristics - other)
Timber Break:
(Wood ID Characteristics - other)
Cross Section:
(Wood ID Characteristics - Wood Surface)
Radial:
(Wood ID Characteristics - Wood Surface)
Tangential:
(Wood ID Characteristics - Wood Surface)
Black Walnut:A hardwood.
(Wood Identification)
White Fir:A softwood used for building lumber.
(Wood Identification)
White Ash:A hardwood
(Wood Identification)
Maple:A hardwood
(Wood Identification)
Western Red Cedar:A softwood that is resistant to decay.
(Wood Identification)
Oak Species:A hardwood
(Wood Identification)
Sugar Pine:A softwood used for trim and mouldings.
(Wood Identification)
Coast Redwood:A softwood that is decay resistant.
(Wood Identification)
Ponderosa Pine:A softwood used for moldings and trim.
(Wood Identification)
Incense Cedar:A softwood that is resistant to decay. Aromatic.
(Wood Identification)
Douglas Fir:A softwood used to for construction. Stronger that other fir (and fir like) species.
(Wood Identification)
Alder:A hardwood
(Wood Identification)


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