Oak wood blanks are one of the most famous and well known species due to its vast growth territory across almost all corners of the Earth.
Used for millennia in ship building, furniture and cabinet making, carving and even structural applications across the world, in more modern times is a beautiful species used by woodturners of all skill sets.
Extremely durable and strong when kept out of the elements this species is a staple in any woodworkers species diet.
Sizes and Colour:
May vary due to being a natural product, for larger quantities inquiry is key for availability.
When deciding on sizing required, it’s always better to allow larger specifications than you need, you can always remove more stock, you can’t add it back on later.
For projects larger than the available sizing, consider laminating multiple wood blanks to achieve your desired stock size.
All timber is sourced from sustainable and ecologically friendly sources and is kiln dried to Australian Quality Standards.
We have hand selected a range of quality species perfect for beginners and long-term woodworkers both. Now available online!
If you require any further information regarding this species, sizing, availability or more, please don’t hesitate to contact us directly and our staff will be happy to help.
TREND TIMBERS has many more beautiful species and wonders of nature. In wood turning blanks, carving wood blanks and more available in store. We encourage all to visit our showroom in Mulgrave NSW.
If you are a lover of timber, this is the best place to see it!
Remember it is always better to try something new and not succeed right away than never try at all, the result comes down to you!!
Happy woodworking fellow wood enthusiasts. If you ever come past our showroom, we love to see where our timber ends up.
Drop by our showroom at 15 Railway Road North, Mulgrave, NSW, 2756 today.
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