Dimension Lumber- Sizes history. Discussion in 'Building Construction' started by Al K, Dec 12, 2003. Al K Guest. Apologizes if this is the incorrect group for this sort of query, if so maybe someone will point me in the correct direction.
Lumber - Comes most commonly in 2 inch (2x4,6,8,10,12,16) and 4 inch (4x4,4x6) varieties. Plywood - Almost always 4x8 feet Drywall/Plasterboard - Various 4 foot varieties (4x8,10,12) and sometimes 5 foot.
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Civil Engineering Design Knowledge. Commercial Lumber Sizes Chart Table. The following data is standard reference and size data for commercially available lumber within the USA.
I need to order lumber (birch plywood or equivalent) 2x4. 1x pine etc. for a theatrical scenic project in Italy. Can someone tell me what the standard dimensions are for your basic construction European Sheet Goods Sizes - General Discussion - Contractor Talk
Dimensional lumber is lumber that is cut to certain pre-defined sizes. This type of lumber is sawn, planed, and smoothed (though not always) to make it immediately ready for building applications. For the average consumer, yes. So, it is redundant to say dimensional lumber, because all lumber you ...