A laminated stock looks like this:
They make those by gluing layers of wood together under pressure, then cutting the stock from the glued stock. Like plywood. They turn the grain of the wood from layer to layer and it helps with strength, and supposedly reaction to weather and elements. When you add the layers in colors, you get a cool effect.
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Last edited by Rooster Rugburn; 03-12-2010 at 11:35..