Baltic Birch and Russian Birch are different. Russian tends to have a few more voids and ply overlap errors. But the quality of the Russian has come a long way in the past few years. I would still avoid it for small stuff with interconnecting parts.
Good luck with it though.
Good to know. I’ve had good luck with what I’ve been getting; have burned my way through quite a bit of it over the past year.
I had bad enough luck with HD birch to be leery of using it again. The Oak is much better even where it is bad though in terms of fibrous gunk.
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