Gum wood

the wood of any gum tree, esp. the wood of the Eucalyptus piperita, of New South Wales.

See also: Gum

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However, after planting millions of trees, lumber production intended for railroad ties was abandoned because blue gum wood often split, twisted and cracked.
As a result, the new terminal includes a village-type green, which can be used for laying and playing on, outdoor furniture, bench seating and the use of local materials, including spotted gum wood and local Queensland stone.
Buenaventura: We cook steaks the simple, traditional way, using charcoal and gum wood as our heat source.
A few original details are still present, though--the gum wood paneling in the living room, now painted a deep dusty blue, and the old bank vault door in the basement--yes, it has a base-ment--which leads to a store room.
He carves high detail birds with tupelo gum wood and paints them with oils or acrylics, and more.
But sweet gum wood tends to crack a lot during the drying process, so I don't use sweet gum," he says.
The interior is constructed from River Red Gum wood (a type of eucalyptus) sourced from a local plantation, and rattan is used to fabricate the individual pods.
Figure 6 shows ruptured ray cells in radiata pine and blue gum wood.
Built in 1926 for the owners of Oxnard's telephone exchange, this Spanish colonial revival home boasts original fixtures in the bathroom, a kitchen remodeled in period style and gum wood moldings, as well as casement windows.