Definitely not! Many hardwood mills have introduced GMRs into their production processes. Lucidyne's GMRs fit into both green and dry lumber applications. Anywhere a human grader is involved in passing off grade, trim, or sort instructions to a computer or PLC control is a potential site for a Lucidyne GMR. One innovative application is in front of an edger or trimmer optimizer. The saw operator uses the capabilities of the GMR to pass information to the optimizer that geometric scanners cannot see. The grade of the lumber, and defects, such as blue stain, are examples of this. And it is also an important QC tool for automated grading systems like Lucidyne's GradeScan!