Maple Live Edge Slab #681 (1.5"-18.5"-54.69")
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Size: 1-1/2" x 18-1/2" x 54-11/16"
Widest point, 18-1/2, Narrowest point, 17"
Hardwood Lumber Company provides some of the best quality live edge slabs and live edge tabletops available at very competitive prices. Our premium live edge slabs are slowly air dried for a minimum of one year and then kiln dried to ensure the live edge table or other live edge furniture you build will be of top quality. All of our live edge slabs are truly unique. Hardwood Lumber Company live edge slabs are sanded smooth we then apply one coat of Acrylic Polyurethane sealer to preserve the quality of the slab in storage. If you decide to purchase an unfinished slab and finish it yourself you can request to have the sealer removed at no additional charge. All our live edge slabs and live edge tabletops can be purchased unfinished or prefinished.
Live edge slabs make unique, one-of-a-kind tabletops, bar tops or island tops with that beautiful rustic look. And now by selecting an epoxy fill color option, you can have all knots, cracks and open voids filled with your choice of epoxy resin color.
The Hardwood Lumber Company also offers River Tables made out of Live Edge Slabs, as well other beautiful modern pieces of furniture. Choose any of our beautiful Live Edge Slabs to create your own elegant, truly one-of-a-kind River Table or Epoxy Media Table for any room in your home! Please contact our sales team online or by phone at 1-800-798-1269 for assistance with creating your own custom epoxy table.
Live Edge Slabs ship in 1 week or less. Custom Epoxy Tables and Furniture ship in 4 to 6 weeks.
Hard Maple sapwood is creamy white with a slight reddish brown tinge and the heartwood varies from light to dark reddish brown. Hard Maple has a close fine, uniform texture and is generally straight-grained. Hard Maple is hard and heavy with good strength properties, in particular its high resistance to abrasion and wear. We use only the higher quality grades of Hard Maple lumber for our products.
In most respects soft maple is very similar to hard maple. Generally soft maple sapwood is greyish white. The heartwood varies from light to dark reddish brown. Soft Maple is usually straight-grained and has low shock resistance. Soft maple is about 25 percent less hard than hard maple. The soft maple we use for our products is selected for a white color. We use only the higher quality grades of Soft Maple lumber for our products.