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Old 05-10-2011, 10:16 PM
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Default Re: Air dried, kiln dried.

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Brickie, Not familiar with that wood I did a quick Google. Should you come across any large pieces with burls you might not want to burn them after visiting this site:

Australian Yellow Box Burl Online

Pricy but very beautiful. I have a friend who does alot of wood bowls...he gives me his chopped off corners and culls, mostly maple. Beer bottle included for size.

Bests,
Wiley
Does your fiend turn pens, I have heaps of nice Oz timber that is suitable for pens.
Huon Pine
Blackheart Sassafras
Myrtle
Blackwood (acacia)
Redgum
Celery Top Pine

Just to name a few.
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