The description says (available from main page):
"Detail from a new bench from Gus made from construction beam material."
The end grain looks like compressed worms.
It is Laminated Veneer Lumber, commonly known as LVL's. It is used for
high strength headers, beams, and joists in (mostly) residential
construction. Now a cool idea would be to make, say, a picture frame
from endgrain slices of scrap. Wouldn't that be cool!
On Tue, 17 May 2005 19:28:31 -0500, Patriarch
You think that's a weird material? Try "Fluff"
or "extruded pathogen-free municipal solid waste compost" to its
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