Here's what to know about woodworking with this wood
CharacterEasily worked with both hand and machine tools and dresses to a very smooth finish if tools are kept sharp. Glues moderately well with fresh, clean cut surfcaes despite its oily nature. Naturally durable and weathers well.
Color RangeDark golden yellow turning dark brown with age.
Other NamesBurma teak, Rosawa, Djati, Sagon, Genuine teak, Sagwan, Gia thi, Tadi
Some Typical UsesFurniture, flooring, carving, cabinets, interior millwork, turnery, shipbuilding, and exterior and marine applications.
What's the Tree Like?This tree may reach 130-150 feet in height with clear boles to 80-90 feet. Trunk diameters usually 3-5 feet; older trees fluted and buttressed. The Teak tree grows in Southeast Asia
3.33lbs /Bd. Ft.
1000Janka Rating (?)
0.59Specific Gravity (?)
Woodworking with Teak:
Ease of Finishing