The pine and its wood are easy to process. But the excess resin of its inside can cause difficulties in the operation of the tree. Pine wood, which is very good at painting, polishing, turning, peeling, and nail holding has also strength and shock resistance, although it is softer than hardwood varieties. Generally, most solid wood species can show expansion in humid environments and shrinkage in dry environments. However, the pine can maintain its shape and adapt to all kinds of environments without deterioration even after years.

100/150 cm

20 m to 30 m

890 kg/m3

470/500 kg/m3

Hardwood Log



The ash tree is easy to process and good at nailing, screwing, bonding and polishing. However, pre-drilling is still required. The planed surfaces of the ash wood are smooth, which makes it easy to process with all kinds of tools and machines. However, it is prone to cracking. The ash wood should be dried not quickly. The ash, which becomes very hard and stable in dried form, can be easily varnished. It has good fixation properties, so there won’t be much change in its performance. It can be said that its average durability properties are also good enough. It is also very good at steam bending. Its veneer form is much preferable for furniture and flooring.

50 / 150 cm

10 m to 30 m

750 kg/m3

680 kg/m3

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The linden wood does not have a good resistant to physical effect. It can be easily shaped thanks to its flexible and bendable structure. For this reason, it can be easily processed in CNC lathes, hand tools and machines. The linden wood does not cause difficulties in nailing and screwing operations. But you should handle very carefully during these operations since it tends to split easily. When it is glued, it gives good results. However, it may create difficulties in polishing and varnishing operations.


100 / 150 cm

30 m to 40 m

520/550 kg/m3

350/450 kg/m3

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The amount of moisture is the most important factor that determines the beech’s growth. Using the beech in soil and moist areas causes rot. Therefore, it is not suitable for outdoor use. When it is processed as a damp form, distortions and deformations would be inevitable. To prevent this situation, the beech timber should be oven-dry for an average of 1.5-2 months. However, this time is changeable depending on the thickness of the timber. It can achieve excellent results with steam bending. While it is easily machined on CNC lathes, it shows medium resistance in hand tools and other machines. After pre-drilling, you can do nailing and screw easily. The beech tree has a polish-holding feature and it is a decorative tree that can be easily glued.

40 / 120 / cm

25 m to 35 m

680/720 kg/m3

590/630 kg/m3

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The alder wood is a beautiful and elegant wood characterized by its distinctive color. It is effortless to work on, both by hand and machine tools. However, you must avoid chipping in some applications because of the wood’s high softness. It shows resistance in CNC lathes, machines and hand tools. Moreover, the alder wood is very well processed and gives a shiny and smooth surface after the operation. But some cracks may occur during the machining process. It can be painted and varnished effortlessly. Unfortunately, it is not durable against insects and microorganisms. The alder wood is known as non-durable and perishable for rot resistance. That’s why, alder logs must be quickly converted into lumber and dried to prevent staining or rot in the wood. But the alder wood has high water resistance.

80 / 100 сm

25 m to 30 m

720/800 kg/m3

530/680 kg/m3

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When we look at its working properties, it can be said that spruce wood is easy to process, peel and assemble. It can also be nailed and screwed effortlessly, but it may show a tendency to split when it is nailed. On the other hand, spruce wood generally dries quickly and is not prone to cracking.

100 / 180 сm

40 m to 50 m

790/830 kg/m3

420/450 kg/m3

Hardwood Log



Working on the oak tree is generally effortless and gives good results with steam bending. However, you must be careful in the drying process; otherwise, cracks and splits may appear on its surface. In addition, if it is going to be dried in the open air, you must use thin stacking slats. Oak logs can be susceptible to insects sometimes, so they should not be kept too long. Plus, it is required to pre-drill before the nailing process. Finally, oak wood is one of the best paint-holding wood types and can be easily varnished.

50 / 150 сm

15 m to 25 m

950/1050 kg/m3

700/780 kg/m3

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