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If supported at its ends and loaded in the middle as worst case, it can safely take 25 pounds. It can actually take 100 pounds but safety codes will not allow that.

If the load is evenly distributed over the length, it can take twice as much load.

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Q: How much weight can a piece of wood hold that is one quarter inch thick 30 inches long and 14 inches wide?
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