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American sycamore annual growth rings annual rings aspen average weight beech Black tupelo boxes and crates California coast color cottonwood crossties cubic foot Douglas-fir easily eastern edge-grained end-grain surfaces Engelmann spruce fibers furniture grain growth rings hardwoods heartwood hickory holds paint Illustration incense-cedar inches interior finish kiln-dry light in weight low in shock low to moderate manufacture millwork moderately hard moderately large shrinkage moderately soft moderately stiff moderately weak Mountains nail-withdrawal resistance nails northern oak Q odor Oregon pounds a cubic principally for lumber quartersawed surfaces range ranks high red oak reddish brown redwood Resin canals resistance to decay rock elm sash seasoning shock resistance softwoods southern pines species specific gravity springwood to summerwood stands stays in place sweetgum sycamore timbers Transition from springwood tree Uses.—The principal visible warp western hemlock western larch western redcedar Western white pine white fir white oak wood is moderately Wood rays wood.—Wood