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Postby djavu » Tue Sep 17, 2013 1:01 am


I would like to produce 4 cm by 6 cm random length wood sticks from a specific wood specie to cover a wall. The area to be covered is approx. 200 m2.
4 cm side will be visible from the rear side so 6 cm will be the depth.

1) Approx. how many cubic meters of timber shall i purchase to cover 200 m2 area?

2) How can I calculate approx. how many cubic meters of timber will I have to use to produce such goods?

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