Identifying common northwest wood species : a woodworker's guide Public Deposited

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  • Many woods are impossible to tell apart without using a microscope. Sometimes, a great deal of knowledge and expensive laboratory equipment is needed to identify a wood species. On the other hand, you don’t have to be an expert or have specialized equipment to identify many species. In fact, an experienced woodworker often can identify a wood with just a quick glance.
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