PowerPoint® Presentation Unit 6 Size, Shapes, and Dimensions of Lumber Lumber Size • Ordering Lumber • Types of Surfacing • Standard Sizes • Metric Measurement Unit 6

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Slide 1

PowerPoint® Presentation

Unit 6
Size, Shapes, and Dimensions
of Lumber
Lumber Size • Ordering Lumber •
Types of Surfacing • Standard Sizes
• Metric Measurement

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

Nominal thickness
and width compared
to actual thickness
and width.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

The abbreviated way of
referring to a piece of
lumber 2″ thick by 4″ wide
by 16′ long is 2 × 4 × 16.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

A board foot is equal
to a piece of lumber
1″ × 12″ × 12″, or any
other measurement
that contains
144 cubic inches.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

Resawn lumber has an attractive textured surface.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

The actual size of lumber is always smaller than the
nominal size.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

A meter is divided into decimeters, centimeters, and
millimeters.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

English and metric measurements may be required to
be converted. Additional conversions are included in
the Appendix.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

Metric lumber and panel sizes are based on the
actual sizes and are expressed in millimeters.


Slide 2

PowerPoint® Presentation

Unit 6
Size, Shapes, and Dimensions
of Lumber
Lumber Size • Ordering Lumber •
Types of Surfacing • Standard Sizes
• Metric Measurement

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

Nominal thickness
and width compared
to actual thickness
and width.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

The abbreviated way of
referring to a piece of
lumber 2″ thick by 4″ wide
by 16′ long is 2 × 4 × 16.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

A board foot is equal
to a piece of lumber
1″ × 12″ × 12″, or any
other measurement
that contains
144 cubic inches.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

Resawn lumber has an attractive textured surface.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

The actual size of lumber is always smaller than the
nominal size.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

A meter is divided into decimeters, centimeters, and
millimeters.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

English and metric measurements may be required to
be converted. Additional conversions are included in
the Appendix.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

Metric lumber and panel sizes are based on the
actual sizes and are expressed in millimeters.


Slide 3

PowerPoint® Presentation

Unit 6
Size, Shapes, and Dimensions
of Lumber
Lumber Size • Ordering Lumber •
Types of Surfacing • Standard Sizes
• Metric Measurement

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

Nominal thickness
and width compared
to actual thickness
and width.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

The abbreviated way of
referring to a piece of
lumber 2″ thick by 4″ wide
by 16′ long is 2 × 4 × 16.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

A board foot is equal
to a piece of lumber
1″ × 12″ × 12″, or any
other measurement
that contains
144 cubic inches.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

Resawn lumber has an attractive textured surface.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

The actual size of lumber is always smaller than the
nominal size.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

A meter is divided into decimeters, centimeters, and
millimeters.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

English and metric measurements may be required to
be converted. Additional conversions are included in
the Appendix.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

Metric lumber and panel sizes are based on the
actual sizes and are expressed in millimeters.


Slide 4

PowerPoint® Presentation

Unit 6
Size, Shapes, and Dimensions
of Lumber
Lumber Size • Ordering Lumber •
Types of Surfacing • Standard Sizes
• Metric Measurement

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

Nominal thickness
and width compared
to actual thickness
and width.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

The abbreviated way of
referring to a piece of
lumber 2″ thick by 4″ wide
by 16′ long is 2 × 4 × 16.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

A board foot is equal
to a piece of lumber
1″ × 12″ × 12″, or any
other measurement
that contains
144 cubic inches.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

Resawn lumber has an attractive textured surface.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

The actual size of lumber is always smaller than the
nominal size.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

A meter is divided into decimeters, centimeters, and
millimeters.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

English and metric measurements may be required to
be converted. Additional conversions are included in
the Appendix.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

Metric lumber and panel sizes are based on the
actual sizes and are expressed in millimeters.


Slide 5

PowerPoint® Presentation

Unit 6
Size, Shapes, and Dimensions
of Lumber
Lumber Size • Ordering Lumber •
Types of Surfacing • Standard Sizes
• Metric Measurement

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

Nominal thickness
and width compared
to actual thickness
and width.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

The abbreviated way of
referring to a piece of
lumber 2″ thick by 4″ wide
by 16′ long is 2 × 4 × 16.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

A board foot is equal
to a piece of lumber
1″ × 12″ × 12″, or any
other measurement
that contains
144 cubic inches.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

Resawn lumber has an attractive textured surface.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

The actual size of lumber is always smaller than the
nominal size.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

A meter is divided into decimeters, centimeters, and
millimeters.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

English and metric measurements may be required to
be converted. Additional conversions are included in
the Appendix.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

Metric lumber and panel sizes are based on the
actual sizes and are expressed in millimeters.


Slide 6

PowerPoint® Presentation

Unit 6
Size, Shapes, and Dimensions
of Lumber
Lumber Size • Ordering Lumber •
Types of Surfacing • Standard Sizes
• Metric Measurement

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

Nominal thickness
and width compared
to actual thickness
and width.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

The abbreviated way of
referring to a piece of
lumber 2″ thick by 4″ wide
by 16′ long is 2 × 4 × 16.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

A board foot is equal
to a piece of lumber
1″ × 12″ × 12″, or any
other measurement
that contains
144 cubic inches.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

Resawn lumber has an attractive textured surface.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

The actual size of lumber is always smaller than the
nominal size.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

A meter is divided into decimeters, centimeters, and
millimeters.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

English and metric measurements may be required to
be converted. Additional conversions are included in
the Appendix.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

Metric lumber and panel sizes are based on the
actual sizes and are expressed in millimeters.


Slide 7

PowerPoint® Presentation

Unit 6
Size, Shapes, and Dimensions
of Lumber
Lumber Size • Ordering Lumber •
Types of Surfacing • Standard Sizes
• Metric Measurement

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

Nominal thickness
and width compared
to actual thickness
and width.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

The abbreviated way of
referring to a piece of
lumber 2″ thick by 4″ wide
by 16′ long is 2 × 4 × 16.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

A board foot is equal
to a piece of lumber
1″ × 12″ × 12″, or any
other measurement
that contains
144 cubic inches.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

Resawn lumber has an attractive textured surface.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

The actual size of lumber is always smaller than the
nominal size.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

A meter is divided into decimeters, centimeters, and
millimeters.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

English and metric measurements may be required to
be converted. Additional conversions are included in
the Appendix.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

Metric lumber and panel sizes are based on the
actual sizes and are expressed in millimeters.


Slide 8

PowerPoint® Presentation

Unit 6
Size, Shapes, and Dimensions
of Lumber
Lumber Size • Ordering Lumber •
Types of Surfacing • Standard Sizes
• Metric Measurement

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

Nominal thickness
and width compared
to actual thickness
and width.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

The abbreviated way of
referring to a piece of
lumber 2″ thick by 4″ wide
by 16′ long is 2 × 4 × 16.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

A board foot is equal
to a piece of lumber
1″ × 12″ × 12″, or any
other measurement
that contains
144 cubic inches.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

Resawn lumber has an attractive textured surface.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

The actual size of lumber is always smaller than the
nominal size.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

A meter is divided into decimeters, centimeters, and
millimeters.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

English and metric measurements may be required to
be converted. Additional conversions are included in
the Appendix.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

Metric lumber and panel sizes are based on the
actual sizes and are expressed in millimeters.


Slide 9

PowerPoint® Presentation

Unit 6
Size, Shapes, and Dimensions
of Lumber
Lumber Size • Ordering Lumber •
Types of Surfacing • Standard Sizes
• Metric Measurement

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

Nominal thickness
and width compared
to actual thickness
and width.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

The abbreviated way of
referring to a piece of
lumber 2″ thick by 4″ wide
by 16′ long is 2 × 4 × 16.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

A board foot is equal
to a piece of lumber
1″ × 12″ × 12″, or any
other measurement
that contains
144 cubic inches.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

Resawn lumber has an attractive textured surface.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

The actual size of lumber is always smaller than the
nominal size.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

A meter is divided into decimeters, centimeters, and
millimeters.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

English and metric measurements may be required to
be converted. Additional conversions are included in
the Appendix.

Unit 6 — Size, Shapes, and
Dimensions of Lumber

Metric lumber and panel sizes are based on the
actual sizes and are expressed in millimeters.


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