Pattern Sugar Pine
Pine No. 2 Common is a very popular standard grade for the patternmaker. The entire board can be used in a wide range of applications where tight, sound knots do not affect performance and cost is a major factor. Tight knots are generally limited to 3 3/4", but most are significantly smaller and well-spaced. Spike knots are permitted, but we purchase our lumber with the objective of minimizing this defect.
Pine No. 3 Common is the most economical choice for the patternmaker, this grade is typically used for medium to large applications where cost of the lumber is of primary importance and surface rework is allowed. The most notable surface imperfections are random knots on both surfaces. Tight knots may be up to 4 1/2" in diameter while loose knots may be up to 2 1/2" in diameter.
Sold per Board Foot Weight is 2 lbs per board foot
|071230||5/4 No. 2 & Better Common Sugar Pine|
|071235||6/4 No. 2 & Better Common Sugar Pine|
|071240||8/4 No. 2 & Better Common Sugar Pine|
|071241||10/4 No. 2 & Better Common Sugar Pine|
|071242||12/4 No. 2 & Better Common Sugar Pine|
|071275||8/4 No. 3 Common Sugar Pine||SO|
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