Location : Equatorial Africa
Average dry weight=56 lbs/ft3
Janka hardness 2,410 lbf
Probably the mosy stable and reliable bow wood, Bubinga has been a staple in the industry for decades.
Being kiln dried and readily available, this wood is relatively easy to work. Best when using sharp or new sandpaper.
Bubinga can be found with several different figure types from grained (most Common) to waterfall and pomelle. Great for riser wood and figured types pieces look ourstanding as limb veneers.
This Piece Measures: 18 x 2.5 x2.0