Common Names: Yellow poplar, American Whitewood, Tulip poplar, American tulipwood.
Source: Eastern United States.
Color: White to yellowish cast, sometimes with slightly greenish cast, and occasionally with rather dark streaks.
Pattern: Straight Grain.
Characteristics: Even texture, light to medium weight, excellent strength, machines easily, excellent gluing and resistance to splitting when nailed.
Uses: As veneer for faces, cross-banding, and backs of plywood. As lumber for furniture component parts, turnery, interior trim and millwork, cabinetry, and exterior trim and siding.
Thicknesses: Standard thicknesses are 1/16, 1/20, and 1/24 inch. 1/8 and 1/12″ also available, or inquire for more options.
Lengths: 15 to 108″
Widths: 12 to 100″
Grades: Core and Better or Sound Better
Quantities: Minimimum is approximately 1,000 square feet per size, grade, and thickness.
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