Birdseye Maple, usually the red maple or sugar maple species, gets it name from its appearance. Birdseye is defined as brownish dots and a whitish background. It is harder than soft maple and is resistant to abrasion. Most commonly used for butcher blocks, but can be used for wooden ware and flooring.
JANKA HARDNESS SCALE: 950-1450
Birdseye Maple S2S hardwood is stocked in 4/4 thickness only. Skip surfaced on both faces, left rough on the edges, and sold by the board foot. The widths and lengths can vary by board. JANKA HARDNESS SCALE: 950-1450
Birdseye Maple S2S1E Hardwood for the woodworker. S2S1E means this hardwood has been partially dressed. Each board has been “skip” surfaced on both faces and then one edge cleaned. Skip surfaced can leave some rough areas on the board. The other edge is left rough and therefore, there can be a 1″ variance in the […]
Maple, Birdseye, Hardwood S4S. Birdseye has more unique character “eye” marks than regular maple. S4S means this hardwood has been surfaced on all four sides. This board has a cleaner appearance than S2S1E. Available in 4/4 thickness, 1-1/2″ to 5-1/2″ wide, and 3′ to 7′ long through our online store and shipped within the continental […]