LogClimber - Wood Log Calc 4+

Offline Calculators

Imre Virag

Designed for iPad

    • 4.0 • 6 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Offline wood log calculator, unit converter and commercial timber species database.

LogClimber provides simple and advanced mathematical functions to calculate log volume ( 80+ wood log rules ), length, weight and wood density. You can share your calculations with friends and colleagues. This application is intended solely for comparing and supporting or verifying calculations using formulas and tables.

Unlimited use for 10 days in the free version.

- 80+ Wood Log Rules
- Log Volume Calculation Export result for printing and sharing
- Log Length Calculation based on wood density, log weight and mid-diameter or circumference
- Log Volume Calculation from wood density, log length and mid-diameter or circumference
- Calculation of Wood Density from log weight, log length and mid-diameter or circumference
- Share calculations with friends and colleagues
- Set imperial/metric units ( Lb, Ft, In, Lb/Ft³ or Kg, M, Cm, Kg/M³ )
- Saving the density of frequently used timber
- Commercial wood species database ( density, specific gravity, hardness, shrinkage, ... ). 
This database contains the means density. The density of wood differs depending on tree species and tree growth environment. For most species the literature thus gives a range with low, medium and high values.

- Unit Converter ( length, weight, area, volume, density )
- Share your unit converter results with friends and colleagues

Log Volume Calculators:
- Ake Rule
- Alberta Cubic Foot Rule
- Apgar Rule
- Bangor Rule
- Baxter Rule
- BC Firmwood Cubic Foot Scale (British Columbia Scale)
- Big Sandy Cube Rule
- Boyton Rule
- Brereton Rule
- Calcasieu Rule
- California Rule
- Carey Rule
- Cedar Log Scale
- Champlain Rule
- Clearfield Rule ( Clearfield County Rule )
- Click's Rule
- Constantine Rule
- Cook Rule
- Cooley Rule
- Crooked River Rule
- Cuban One-Fifth Rule
- Cube Rule
- Cumberland River Rule
- Delaware Middle Diameter Rule
- Derby Rule
- Doyle Rule
- Drew Rule
- Eastern Shore Rule
- Excelsior Rule
- Fabian's Rule
- Fairbanks Rule
- Favorite Rule
- Finch Rule
- Forty-Five Rule
- French's Rule
- Goble Rule
- Hanna Rule
- Herring Rule
- Holden Rule
- Hollands Rule
- Hoppus Measurement
- Huber's Formula
- International 1/4-inch Log Rule
- International 1/8-Inch Kerf Rule
- Knouf's Rule
- Lehigh Rule
- Los Angeles Rule
- Lumberman's Rule
- Maine Rule
- Miller Rule
- Miner Rule
- Mississippi Pine Pole Scale
- Murdoch Rule
- Newfoundland Rule
- Newton's Formula
- Noble Rule
- Ochiltree Rule
- Ohio River Rule
- Ontario Board Foot Rule
- Ontario Cubic Foot Formula
- Orange River Rule
- Parsons Rule
- Partridge Rule
- Penobscot Rule
- Portland Scale
- Preston Rule
- Robinson's Cubic Foot Rule
- Robison Rule
- Ropp Rule
- Roy Rule
- Sabine River Rule
- Saco River Rule
- Scribner Rule
- Seven-Tenths Rule
- Smalian's Formula (USFS)
- Spaulding Rule
- Square of Three-Fourths Rule
- Square of Two-Thirds Rule
- St. Louis Hardwood Rule
- Stillwell’s Vade Mecum Rule
- Tatarian Rule
- Tennessee River Rule
- Three-Fourths Rule
- Two-Thirds Cubic Foot Rule
- Two-Thirds Rule
- Universal Rule
- Universal Rule (Daniels)
- Vermont Rule
- Warner Rule
- Wilcox Rule
- Wilson Rule

What’s New

Version 3.2

- minor bug fixes
- sharing wood species details
- sharing of calculation history

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

Taspros ,

Log weight calculator

The board foot Calculator works but the log weight calculator doesn’t you have to add 3 things to get the weight 1- log length 2- log diameter 3- log density well how are you supposed to know that it should be in the log species spot but it only has log specific gravity and that doesn’t help

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