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>> Home > Forum > Hobby Chit Chat! > Wood hardness
Wood hardness
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BigAlio
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Forum Posts: 44
12th Mar 2018 22:25  
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Hi ive found a wood chart showing hardness I thought oak was a hard wood till i saw this chart some exotic types of wood listed hope this is of interest. it isnt very clear you may have to download it to make it larger .


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hammer
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Forum Posts: 73
13th Mar 2018 10:05  
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Oak when first cut down is quite soft and ease to work. But quickly hardens with age. I have had to cut a beam hundreds of years old. as hard as iron.


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