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European Oak is known for having open wood grain markings and therefore suitable for many purposes. The tree becomes approx. 30–35 m and can have a diameter of up to 3 m. European Oak is used for a wide variety of applications given it’s strong capabilities such as furniture and flooring.

Log diameters are typically 30% 30-39 cm and 70% is 40 cm+.


Our European Ash has fairly good strength properties for its weight and is also shock resistant. It has a medium to coarse texture like oak. The grain is almost always straight and regular. Ash responds well to steam bending and is often used for furniture, flooring, and tools.

Log diameters are typically 30% 30-39 cm and 70% is 40 cm+.


Beech is widely-used in Europe. Its hardness, wear-resistance, strength, and excellent steam bending capabilities, make this hardwood a mainstay for many woodworkers. European Beech has a good workability; machines well, and glues, finishes, and turns well.

Log diameters are typically 30-39 cm, 40-49 cm and 50 cm+.


Poplar, also called Tulipwood does not have as much structure as ash and oak, but it looks more like maple in its structure, though slightly darker in color. This species is excellent for painting and for lamination. Poplar hardwood is stable after drying when used indoors.

Log diameters are typically 40 cm+.


The European Maple is slightly lighter than the American Maple. It is fairly easy to work with both hand- and machine tools, though maple tends to burn when being machined with high-speed cutters. It turns, glues, and finishes well. Maple is well used for musical instruments, toys, and furniture.

Log diameters are typically 30% 30-39 cm and 70% is 40 cm+.


Baswood has a pale white to light brown color. It is one of the most suitable wood species for hand carving. Basswood also glues and finishes well, but has poor steam bending and nail holding characteristics. It is typically used for carvings, lumber, musical instruments  and wood pulp/fiber products.

Log diameters are typically 40+ cm.


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