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Wood size for geodesic dome

 
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Hi
Im coming from Denmark in Europe.
Im about to build som geodesic domes.
They will be 2-6m in diameter.
The struts will be connected be a small fitting.
And for cover, i will be using some kind of plastic/pvc

What would be a good wood size for these construction?
In Denmark we have these dimensions for woods (All in millimeters)
I was thinking of using 25x50mm, but is that to small?

25x50mm
38x57mm
38x73mm
50x75mm
22x100mm
47x100mm
50x100mm

Best regards
Jakob

 
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