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  1. Bubinga Thin Stock Lumber

    Bubinga (Guibourtia spp.). Its pinkish-red color will make any project stand out. The thin stock is perfect for boxes and other small projects. The turning squares are a treat to work with. Bubinga is easy to cut and finish. It is an immensely popular species due to its close appearance to many rosewoods.

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  2. Bubinga Turning Blanks

    Bubinga (Guibourtia spp.). Its pinkish-red color will make any project stand out. The thin stock is perfect for boxes and other small projects. The turning squares are a treat to work with. Bubinga is easy to cut and finish. It is an immensely popular species due to its close appearance to many rosewoods.

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  3. Ebony

    Ebony (Diospyros crassiflora)  Native is West Africa, Ebony is one of the most prized exotics for woodworkers and turners.  The heartwood is black with very little variation. It has a very find and even texture and turns and polishes to a high gloss.

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  4. Canarywood Thin Stock Lumber

    Canarywood (Centrolobium spp.). The wide color ranges of this species make for interesting projects, where the wood is the star. Dark reddish-brown to a pale yellowish-orange. The streaking of these colors adds to the look. Easy to work with hand and power tools. Finishes well.

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  5. Canarywood Turning Blanks

    Canarywood (Centrolobium spp.). The wide color ranges of this species make for interesting projects, where the wood is the star. Dark reddish-brown to a pale yellowish-orange. The streaking of these colors adds to the look. Easy to work with hand and power tools. Finishes well.

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  6. Chechen Thin Stock Lumber

    Chechen (Metopium brownei) also known as Caribbean Rosewood. Although not a true rosewood, this species holds many of the same characteristics. Visually stunning with greens, reds, gold and orange. Many blanks can have a lot of character and be quite dramatic. It is a moderately hard species, that works easily and finishes well. Native to Dominican Republic, Jamaica and Cuba. The thin stock lumber is ready for milling. We also have a nice selection of turning stock.

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  7. Chechen Turning Blanks

    Chechen (Metopium brownei) also known as Caribbean Rosewood. Although not a true rosewood, this species holds many of the same characteristics. Visually stunning with greens, reds, gold and orange. Many blanks can have a lot of character and be quite dramatic. It is a moderately hard species, that works easily and finishes well. Native to Dominican Republic, Jamaica and Cuba. The thin stock lumber is ready for milling. We also have a nice selection of turning stock.

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  8. Katalox Thin Stock Lumber

    Katalox (Swartzia cubensis) also known as Royal Mexican Ebony due to its great density. Actually, more dense than true ebonies. Perfect for heavy use projects and mallet glue-ups. Native to Central America. Dark to reddish-brown color tends to darken with age. The wood saws well and glues and finishes easily. The thin stock lumber is ready for milling. We also have a nice selection of turning stock.

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  9. Katalox Turning Blanks

    Katalox (Swartzia cubensis) also known as Royal Mexican Ebony due to its great density. Actually, more dense than true ebonies. Perfect for heavy use projects and mallet glue-ups. Native to Central America. Dark to reddish-brown color tends to darken with age. The wood saws well and glues and finishes easily. The thin stock lumber is ready for milling. We also have a nice selection of turning stock.

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  10. Purpleheart Thin Stock Lumber

    Purpleheart (Peltogyne spp) is prized for the beautiful heartwood which is a rich purple color. A dense wood that is perfect for every project from musical instruments to turning, box making to furniture. Native to South America. The grain is usually very straight, takes a great finish. Lacquer is recommended with a UV inhibitor to keep the rich purple color.

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Woodworking Accessories

We’ve done most of the shopping for you! Running a woodworking shop takes a lot of tools, accessories and…let’s face it…gadgets. Our Woodworking Accessories section features stuff that we use ourselves, both in the Woodpeckers shop and each of our own home shops. We’re particularly fond of Wera wrenches and screwdrivers. We’ve sold Uncle Earl’s soap products since we opened our doors. When we’re not working on a Sjobergs workbench you’ll find us using a Bora Centipede. And, of course we’ve been using and selling Incra woodworking products for over 20 years