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Oak, White American


300 cm x 400 cm @ 51 DPI300 cm x 99 cm @ 85 DPI300 cm x 36 cm @ 127 DPI
Size 6000 px x 8000 px (48 Mpx)
Seamless Vertically
Real size 300 cm x 400 cm = 12 m²
9.8 ft x 13.1 ft = 129.2 ft²
Resolution 20 px/cm
50.8 px/inch (DPI)
Size 10000 px x 3300 px (33 Mpx)
Seamless Vertically
Real size 300 cm x 99 cm = 3 m²
9.8 ft x 3.2 ft = 32 ft²
Resolution 33.3 px/cm
84.7 px/inch (DPI)
Size 15000 px x 1800 px (27 Mpx)
Seamless Vertically
Real size 300 cm x 36 cm = 1.1 m²
9.8 ft x 1.2 ft = 11.6 ft²
Resolution 50 px/cm
127 px/inch (DPI)


Botanical Name

Quercus alba L., Quercus prinus L., Quercus montana Willd. (Fam. Fagaceae)

Trade Names

Weißeiche, American white oak, Chêne blanc américain, Chestnut oak, Stave oak, Tanbark oak


Indigenous to

East-USA (South Maine, Southeast Minnesota, South- and East Texas, Northlorida); Canada (southern Quebec, Ontario)


The sapwood and the heartwood are clearly distinguishable. The sapwood is narrow and colorless or whitish. The heartwood varies between light yellow brown to a middle brown, mostly with a reddish shimmer and it turns darker after some time. Like the European Oak, the structure of this wood is dependent on where it is grown. Wood produced from trees grown in the north are consistently fine-grained and smooth, especially good for veneers and interior decorating, where as wood produced from trees grown quickly in the southern provinces, is more rough and has wider annual rings.

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    Corona Renderer™ (3ds Max™) mat


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