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Bamboo Wood Boards 3/4" x 11-1/2" (Choose Your Length)
Finally, woodworkers can enjoy adding bamboo to their woodworking projects with these solid boards of real bamboo plywood. Bamboo is lauded as a highly sustainable natural product that's durable and resilient, making it fantastic in many fine woodworking projects. Cutting boards, table tops, shelves, and picture frames are just some of the many uses for bamboo.
Fast growing, bamboo is actually a tall grass not a tree. The grass shoots are processed into flat strips then laminated together to form the solid boards. The material we stock here is known as 1-ply, a full 3/4'' thick and laminated into 11-1/2'' wide boards.
These solid boards of bamboo can be cut, routed, planed, sanded, stained and finished just like other hardwoods. And it's not just a good, durable and resilient material but also highly sustainable and offers a beautiful, unique appearance.
What Size Is This?
|Thickness||3/4" (≈ 3/4" approx)|
|Length||22", 42", 72"|
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About Bamboo (Phyllostachys pubescens)View All Bamboo Products
2.92lbs /Bd. Ft.
Ease of Finishing
Bamboo is an exotic wood from China
The one and only! Bamboo brings you a unique experience in building gorgeous wood projects - it's straight grained and strong like white oak, but it offers a totally different look that's warm, modern, and subtle in beauty.
Natural bamboo that's formed into a wood product is pale yellow in color. Bamboo manufacturers also add color to the material to make product with different shade choices from darker brown to dark red.
The fastest growing "tree" on earth, bamboo is actually a grass with wood characteristics. Grows in shoots up to 90 feet tall, but just a few inches in diameter. Harvesting bamboo does not require replanting. Regeneration occurs from the existing root structure which helps prevent soil erosion.
Bamboo, moso bamboo
Cutting boards, longboards, tables, stair treads, flooring, decorative interiors, veneer
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