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Dimensional lumber

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  1. a term used for lumber that is finished/planed and cut to standardized width and depth specified in inches

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  2. Examples of common sizes are 2×4 (also two-by-four and other variants such as four-b'-two in England, Australia, New Zealand), 2×6, and 4×4

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  3. The length of a board is usually specified separately from the width and depth

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  4. thus possible to find 2×4s that are four, eight, or twelve feet in length

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  5. In the United States the standard lengths of lumber are 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, and 24 feet

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