Macrocarpa Timber in New Zealand
Macrocarpa came originally from the peninsular of Point Lobos, near Monterey, in Southern California (also the home of Radiata Pine). It was introduced to New Zealand in the 1860’s and was planted mainly as shelter belts but occasionally as plantations. Macrocarpa is a moderately stiff, strong timber similar to NZ grown Douglas Fir. It is a difficult timber to kiln dry, with cell collapse and internal checking the main problems. Macrocarpa, when dry, will accept a variety of paints, oils, two pot resins,...
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