# Nickzom Calculator Converts Volume Lumber Units

Volume Lumber Units, crucial in construction and carpentry, require precise conversion for accurate measurements. A calculator plays a pivotal role in this process of converting volume lumber units, simplifying complex equations.

The Calculator Encyclopedia performs unit conversions and today I would be showing you how Nickzom Calculator converts the units of Volume – Lumber.

According to ThoughtCo, whenÂ marketing your timber you must either know how to measure forest products or get someone to do it for you. When speaking to a wood buyer, you can become very confused at best and lose a significant portion of your wood’s value at worst.

Nickzom Calculator converts the following units in Volume –Â  Lumber:

• Cubic Meter
• Cubic Feet
• Cubic Inch
• Board Feet
• Thousand Board Feet
• Cord
• Cord (80 cubic feet)
• Cord Feet
• Cunit
• Pallet
• Cross Tie
• Switch Tie
• Thousand Square Feet (1/8 inch – panels)
• Thousand Square Feet (1/4 inch – panels)
• Thousand Square Feet (3/8 inch – panels)
• Thousand Square Feet (1/2 inch – panels)
• Thousand Square Feet (3/4 inch – panels)

Open up Nickzom Calculator Pro, select Switches and click on Open Section

On clicking the Switches or Unit Conversion Page or Activity is displayed. Click on Volume – Lumber Switches

Now, an interface for the unit conversion is displayed.

Let’s convert 150 Cord Feet to Switch Tie

Enter the appropriate values accordingly as displayed in the screenshot below

Click on the Convert Button

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Your conversion is done for you very easy right?

Now, let’s convert 220 Pallet to Board Feet, enter the appropriate values as seen in the screenshot below.

Click on Convert

Simple as ABC!

To access this functionalities in Nickzom Calculator, you need to purchase our professional version â€“Â Nickzom Calculator+Â (The Calculator Encyclopedia). You can access this software via any of these channels:

Android (Paid) â€“Â https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.nickzom.nickzomcalculator

Apple (Paid) â€“Â https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/nickzom-calculator/id1331162702?mt=8