l = 1000
Beech rods are very useful in architectural model making as representations of columns or supports or the thinner rods can serve as the trunks of model trees. Children can use the thicker rods for handicrafts or for making things like small fishing poles, lantern holders or sailboat masts. The rods can be sawn with a normal COPING SAW although they are markedly harder than for example pine mouldings. You can of course cut them with a CIRCULAR BENCH SAW if you want.