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  1. Zebrawood

    Native to West Africa, Zebrawood (Microberlinia brazzavillensis) looks like the name indicates. The heartwood is light brown to cream color with dark blackish brown streaks (zebra stripes). The wood saws well and glues and finishes easily. The thin stock lumber is perfect for small projects such as boxes, picture frames, cutting boards etc.

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  2. Canarywood

    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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  3. Exotic and Domestic Pen Blanks

    Pen turners are notorious for wanting to try new and exotic woods for their pens, pencils and other small project kits. The challenge has been accessibility to a wide assortment and the cost. We have solved this problem by going direct to the mill and snagging a wide selection that will satisfy everyones taste. These pen blanks are nothing short of amazing in the quality and assortment of blanks. The blanks are ¾” x ¾” and from 5” to 6” long.

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  4. Chakte Viga

    Chakte Viga (Copulteria platyloba) also known as Mexican Pernambuco. This species has a pleasant orange-red color that can darken over time. When finished the blanks are strongly iridescent. It is a moderately hard species, that works easily and finishes well. Native to Mexico and other Central American countries. The thin stock lumber is ready for milling. We also have a nice selection of turning stock.

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  5. Exotic Wood Blanks 1” x 1” x 12”

    One of the most popular size blanks for turning small projects. The 1” x 1” x 12” blank allows you to turn pens, small tool handles, project spindles and many others with very little waste. It is also the perfect size for cutting boards, inlay and chop sticks. Many species are available in this size, but we have sourced the most popular at a special value.

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  6. Curly Hard Maple Baseball Bat Blanks 2-3/4” x 36” Dowel

    Highly figured hard maple is very difficult to come by.  We found a quality source of doweled 2-3/4” x 36” blanks.  We call them baseball bat blanks, but they work equally well as leg stock and other turnings such as mallets.  These are not pro bat blanks, strickly for trophies, or for hobbiest turners. The blanks have been kiln-dried.  They may not be perfectly round, with some tear-out from the doweling process. Hard Maple (Acer saccharum) is native to most Northeastern USA.

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  7. Cherry

    Cherry (Prunus serotine) is one of the most popular domestic woods. It is prized for its straight grain, even texture, and natural luster.  These hand-picked blanks make for exceptional turning stock or tapered leg stock.

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  8. African Mahogany Thin Stock Lumber

    African Mahogany (Khaya spp.) is native to Tropical West Africa. Although very close in appearance and workability, don’t confuse it with South American Mahogany that is restricted in its harvesting and importing/exporting. Thus this beautiful species is less expensive and readily available. Ranging in color from a very pale pink to a deeper reddish-brown. Color tends to darken with age. The wood saws well and glues and finishes easily. The thin stock lumber is perfect for small projects such as boxes, picture frames, cutting boards etc.

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  9. Ash, Quarter Sawn Thin Stock Lumber

    Picking the best wood stock for your project is always a challenge. We have selected premium Quarter Sawn Ash Thin Stock Lumber to make it easier for you to get back in the shop and on to the next project. Quartersawn wood is very desirable because it is much more dimensionally stable than wood cut in a different fashion. It also presents a very beautiful and straight grain pattern that is sought by cabinetmakers and furniture makers. However, the yield from the log is lower when it is cut this way, so it can be difficult to find and will cost more. This thin stock is cut to size from quality, kiln-dried stock. 100% clear. Dimensions are +/- 1/8". Grain runs with the longest dimension. Ash (Fraxinus americana) is light brown heartwood with almost all white sapwood. Straight grain with coarse texture. Excellent bending properties and shock resistance. USA.

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  10. African Padauk

    Padauk (Pterocarpus soyauxii) a very popular species among turners and box makers. It is easy to work and finishes well. The pinkish orange to deep brownish red finikshes to a very deep luster. The color can change over time, so we recommend a finish with UV inhibitors. The wide color ranges of this species make for interesting projects, where the wood is the star.


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