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List of Timbers generally Stocked for engraving
This list is not for ordering, but simply to view timbers we stock for making engraved products

For actual engraved products see

  1. Timber signs
  2. Timber boxes with glasses
  3. Timber picture frames
  4. Timber coasters
  5. Timber jigsaws
  6. Timber chopsticks

Products which use timbers have lists of timbers available, these are selected as part of product order. You will find  not all timbers can be used for all products.

Timber Laminates
Timber Laminates
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Celery Top Pine (Phyllcocladus aspleniifolius )

Phyllcocladus aspleniifolius

One of the best known of Tasmania's native conifers. Medium-sized, commonly 20-30m tall and .5-.9m in diameter. The stem is usually well-formed even when growing on very poor soils. Lower branches are usually horizontal and occur in whorls. Laser engraved for signs and award plaques.

$ 16.50
 
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European Beech (Fagus sylvatica)

tablets and thin slices of Beech were probably the earliest European books within our present memory. Good for laser engraving. used for boxes particularly for engraved glasses.

$ 15.40
 
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Wattle-Blackwood ( Acacia melanoxylon )

is an extraordinarily beautiful timber that is highly regarded by fine cabinet makers. Engraved for boxes, desk signs, bar signs, and picture frames

$ 15.40
 
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Black Walnut ( Juglans nigra L )

The wood has a fine even texture and a rather coarse grain Fine detail engraves with laser.

$ 26.40
 
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Radiata pine (Pinus radiata)

Radiata pine ideal for engraving interior signs, it is one to the world's most versatile softwoods. It is called a softwood tree because the wood does not have pores like hardwood trees do, but it has long fibres or tracheids.

$ 11.00
 
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Treated Radiata pine (Pinus radiata)

Engraved Treated Radiata pine ideal for exterior signs, it is one to the world's most versatile softwoods. Treated for exterior use. It is called a softwood tree because the wood does not have pores like hardwood trees do, but it has long fibres or tracheids.

$ 11.00
 
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Tasmanian Ash Oak (Eucalyptus regnans, E. elegatensis, E. obliqua)

Tree trunks are free of branches to a considerable height. Timber is good for laser cut and engraved boxes for wedding glasses. 

$ 13.20
 
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Brush Box ( Lophostemon confertus )

often seen in feature flooring due to colour contrast. Has a natural wax feel in unfinished timber. engraved boxes are a great look.

$ 22.00
 
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Silky Oak (Cardwellia sublimis)

The trunk, usually without buttresses, is normally straight. Well know for fleck effect in quarter cut. Desk signs and timber engraved boxes are made with silky oak.

$ 16.50
 
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Red Gum (Eucalyptus camaldulensis)

While the timber is useful for heavy construction, flooring, framing and fencing, the species often suffers from form problems, making utilisable logs hard to produce. laser engraved exterior signs, and timber boxes all show up great detail.

$ 26.40
 
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American White Oak ( Quercus alba )

American White Oak uses include furniture, boating, Door, Floor, Joinery

$ 24.20
 
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Ironbark grey ( Eucalyptus paniculata )

Ironbark grey high density timber

lighter than Red gum or Jarrah

engraving shows well on light background

$ 26.40
 
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Jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata)

Jarrah is rated Class 2 durability (on a scale of 4) meaning that the timber possesses a high natural resistance to decay, termite and borer attack and can be expected to give long service life under all normal conditions including ground contact.

$ 26.40
 
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Australian Cypress (Callitris glaucophylla)

Frequent knots and defined grain pattern provide lots of feature. Only in Solid woods for Signs ( Tends to split )

$ 11.00
 
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Western Red Cedar ( Thuja plicata Donn ex D. Don )

Western Red Cedar has twice the stability of most commonly available softwoods.

$ 19.80
 
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Huon pine (Lagarostrobos franklinii )

It is a slow growing, but long-lived tree; some living specimens of this tree are in excess of 2000 years in age. It grows to 10-20 m tall, exceptionally reaching 30 m, with arching branches and pendulous branchlets

$ 33.00
 
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American Cherry Prunus serotina (Rosaceae)

American Cherry uses include furniture, cabinet making, quality joinery, turnery, carving and musical instruments. beautiful detail and colour with laser engraving.

$ 24.20
 
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Queensland Maple (Flindersia brayleyana)

Restricted in its distribution to northern Queensland rainforests between Townsville and the Windsor Tableland.

$ 24.20
 
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European Ash (Fraxinus excelsior)

Uses: Sports goods, tool handles, furniture parts, road vehicles and agricultural implements, boat-building, fancy turnery.

$ 19.80
 
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Hoop Pine (Araucaria cunninghamii)

Suitable for: plywood, particleboard, furniture, joinery, flooring, panelling.

$ 14.30
 
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