If this helps any with the material scaling issues > If you start in metric units draw a 25.4x25.4x25.4 box and apply lightworks "wood" materials.
If you are in Imperial units draw a 25.4x25.4x25.4 box and apply lightworks "wood" materials.
This should at the least give you a close rendering of what the wood looks like and where to start with scaling the material.
Lightworks 'wood" materials are a lot of fun.
attached is an advanced lightworks render, the Post and the 2nd one from the bottom are a wrapped image.
I know for me when I was learning the default LW wood materials the scaling was always a problem, Henry always was a big help.
"What do I know, I'm still learning"..
Windows 7 64 bit HP > on a stock HP laptop with 4gb-2.4 GHz.Turbocad 2019-2018-2017, TurboCad Platinum 21.Using LightWorks, Anilab lab 5. ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4500/5100 and HP all in one desktop with Nvidia Geforce 210, open gl 3.3