Canarywood 4/4 Shorts Pack 36" Long, 5 Pieces of Lumber

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Canarywood 4/4 Shorts Pack 36" Long, 5 Pieces
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Canarywood 4/4 Shorts Pack 36" Long, 5 Pieces

Make some beautiful small projects with this wonderful assortment of 5 small boards 36" long, and 4" wide (or slightly larger).
 
Why Choose Canarywood?

Canarywood is a uniquely beautiful wood that parades a prism of natural colors from bright yellow, orange, red and purple. The wood is easy enough to work with hand and power tools, and it’s medium-fine texture lets you give your project a perfectly smooth finish.

What Size Is This?
Thickness 13/16"
Width 4" to 5"
Length 36"
Grade Clear shorts
Quantity 5 pieces
Approximated, actual size may vary +/- 1/8"

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About Canarywood (Centrolobium spp)

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Weight

3.58

lbs /Bd. Ft.
Same as red oak (3.58 /bd. ft.)
Hardness

1958

Janka Rating
51.78% harder than red oak (1290 psi)
Density

0.65

Specific Gravity
1.56% more dense than red oak (.64)

General Workability
Good 4/10
Red Oak

Wood Texture
Fine 3/10
Red Oak

Ease of Finishing
Good 4/10
Red Oak

map of where Canarywood tree grows
Canarywood is an exotic wood from Latin America

Canarywood is a uniquely beautiful wood that parades a prism of natural colors from bright yellow, orange, red and purple. The wood is easy enough to work with hand and power tools, and it’s medium-fine texture lets you give your project a perfectly smooth finish.

color of Canarywood
Color Range
The very irregular color ranges from yellow to orange with streaks of red, purple and black.
the Canarywood tree
What's The Tree Like?
A medium sized to large well-formed tree; generally up to 100 feet high with diameters of 30-50"; commonly to heights of 40 feet and diameters up to 16". Narrow buttresses.
other names for Canarywood
Other Names
Canary, Tarara Amarilla
uses for Canarywood
Some Typical Uses
Furniture, doors, flooring, interior millwork, turning, some musical instruments, small accessories.

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2 Total Reviews
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May 5, 2020
5 out of 5
Great Looking lumber
Review by  secbit from Chesnee, SC
Have not yet used the canarywood lumber. I purchased it primary to see this wood given it was at a reduce price and free shipping. After looking over the 5 pieces, this lumber looks great and have beautiful color. I'm thinking about a larger purchase of this lumber.
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April 7, 2020
5 out of 5
Canarywood 36" short boards
Review by  David Fey from Big Bear Lake, CA.
Excellent in all respects. Material received was the size and thickness as advertised. Planer skips (as advertised) were minimal and were easily cleaned up. Good value for the money.
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