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hobbies and interests woodworking# What is the weight of a 2x6x10?

Last Updated: 28th March, 2021

**Weigh**? The

**weight**of a2-by-6-inch piece of wood varies based on the type of lumber andthe moisture content of the lumber. On average, however, it

**weighs**2 pounds per foot.

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Subsequently, one may also ask, how much does a 2x8x16 weigh?

Standard Wood Lumber Nail Sizes Table

Nominal Size | Actual Size | Weight / Foot ** |
---|---|---|

2 X 6 | 1.5 X 5.5 | 2.00 |

2 X 8 | 1.5 X 7.25 | 2.64 |

2 X 10 | 1.5 X 9.25 | 3.37 |

2 X 12 | 1.5 X 11.25 | 4.10 |

Also, what is the weight of treated lumber? Pressure Treated Lumber Boards

Weight (lb) | ||
---|---|---|

Nominal Dimension (in x in) | Length (ft) | |

2 x 4 | 17 | 26 |

2 x 6 | 26 | 38 |

2 x 8 | 35 | 53 |

Additionally, how much does a treated 2x8x10 weight?

**Treated** Wood When fully dry, **treated** deck boards **weigh**some 0.25 pounds per cubic foot more than untreated boards of thesame species. A 12-foot length of **treated**, yellow pine5/4-by-6 decking **will weigh** an **average** of 13.87pounds (within a range of 10.65 to 17.08pounds).

How do you calculate the weight of wood?

A: **Calculate weight**, Mike, using the formula:density × volume. Well-dried, seasoned oak has of a densityof about 3.6 pounds per board foot. Now find the board footage ofyour lid by multiplying its length, width, and thickness, anddividing by 144.