About Poplar Lumber:
The green color in the heartwood will tend to darken on exposure to light and turn brown. The wood has a medium-to-fine texture and is straight-grained. It is a versatile wood that is easy to machine, plane, turn, glue, and bore. It dries easily with minimal movement in performance and has little tendency to split when nailed. It takes and holds paint, enamel, and stain exceptionally well. Poplar is a medium-density wood with low-bending, shock resistance, stiffness, and compression values. It has a medium steam-bending classification.
Poplar lumber is mainly used in light construction, furniture, kitchen cabinets, doors, paneling, moulding and millwork, edge-glued panels, turnings, and carvings.
- 4/4: Prime - 8' 6" length and R/L
- 4/4: Prime - R/L
- 4/4: Comsel and #2A Com
- 8/4: Prime - R/L
- 8/4: #1 Com
- 8/4: 8' 6" length and R/L