Goncalo Alves 3/4"x4"x24" Plain, 5 Piece Pack of Lumber

Goncalo Alves 3/4"x4"x24" Plain, 5 Piece Pack
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Goncalo Alves 3/4"x4"x24" Plain, 5 Piece Pack

Great reddish-orange color meets a tight grain that couldn't be easier to finish. This selection of boards features uniform color without the black striping some Goncalo Alves may have.

Why Choose Goncalo Alves?
Hard and heavy, of course. The fine texture and takes a glass-like finish, and is celebrated for it. While it's difficult to work due to tension in the wood, Goncalo Alves makes a fine lathe wood in addition to being quite durable and weather resistant. Tables and larger projects always look impressive when made from Goncalo.

What Size Is This?
Thickness 3/4"
Width 4"
Length 22"+
Grade Select & Better
Quantity 5 pieces
Approximated, actual size may vary +/- 1/8"

About Goncalo Alves (Astronium fraxinifolium)

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Weight

6.42

lbs /Bd. Ft.
79.33% heavier than red oak (3.58 /bd. ft.)
Hardness

2250

Janka Rating
74.42% harder than red oak (1290 psi)
Density

0.91

Specific Gravity
42.19% more dense than red oak (.64)

General Workability
Average 5/10
Red Oak

Wood Texture
V. Fine 2/10
Red Oak

Ease of Finishing
Easy 1/10
Red Oak

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

Hard and heavy, of course. The fine texture and takes a glass-like finish, and is celebrated for it. While it's difficult to work due to tension in the wood, Goncalo Alves makes a fine lathe wood in addition to being quite durable and weather resistant. Tables and larger projects always look impressive when made from Goncalo.

color of Goncalo Alves
Color Range
Light butterscotch brown to reddish brown with blackish brown streaks.
the Goncalo Alves tree
What's The Tree Like?
Grows to a height of 100 feet with a long straight trunk about 36" in diameter.
other names for Goncalo Alves
Other Names
Bois de zebra, Bossona, Bototo, Coubaril, Gateado, Gomavel, Goncalo alves, Guarabu bata, Guarabu, encirado, Guarabu rajado, Gusanero, Jejuira, Kingwood, Locustwood, Muiracatiara, Mura, Muira, Muiraquatiara, Mura, Rajado branco, Red astronium, Robel gatea, Tigerwood
uses for Goncalo Alves
Some Typical Uses
Furniture, cabinets, flooring, tool handles, bowls, desks, marine construction, small accessories.
6 Reviews
86.6%
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4
March 20th, 2021
maciek
n/a
beautiful pieces
Great black stripping on all my boards. 3 of 5 will work for the shelving on my planned project with one of them having few checks that will be easy to seal. The other two boards are not as nice: one is very cupped, and the other has a really bad twist l, but I'll be able to use them in other projects after breaking down. Great value for the price.
4
February 14th, 2021
Verified Buyer
RockyDNM
New Mexico
Hardwood is good!
Ordered the Goncalo Alves pack for a few reasons: 1. I have been in construction/remodeling for many years but recently have been trying to expand my shop so that I can do more fine woodworking projects, so I want to have quality hardwoods on hand to work with; and 2) I want to try different hardwoods to work with so that I can expand my knowledge of hardwood lumber and also, so that I will have variety of grain patterns, etc. to produce different looking finished products; and 3) This pack was on sale at a reasonable price and offered Free Shipping which, made it a great value. Overall, I'm satisfied with my purchase. Website was easy to navigate and product descriptions were helpful. Shipping was prompt. Boards were received in good condition despite being poorly packaged (box was torn to h _ _ _ when I received it). The boards that I received are relatively straight and flat, though several have a slight bow in them that is fixable but will require additional milling which is a bit disappointing. I like the product selection WW Source offers so if they continue to offer quality lumber at good prices with free or low-cost shipping, it is likely I will consider them for future purchases. Sales prices are good; everyday prices could be better.
5
February 8th, 2021
Verified Buyer
JK
Florida
Well packed and delivered quickly
Good customer service, very happy with my Goncalo pieces, rich colors and awesome grain
4
February 6th, 2021
Verified Buyer
irishpiper
Illinois
Professional Woodworker
Goncalo Alves
All other woods I rate as five but this pack (10bf) had a cupped board. I do smaller projects and every board inch counts. I will continue to order all my specialty and hardwoods from Woodworkers Source. Great service and very good prices. Shipping costs are phenomenal.
Familiarity: I've used it in a LOT of projects
4
December 23rd, 2020
Verified Buyer
Bruce
FL
Tigerwood
Pleasantly surprised for the price. I have done a lot of work with Goncalo Alves(tigerwood), in a variety of pieces. From cutting boards to shelving. Was a little disappointed in the lack of black striping in the grain. Will not be able to use for scheduled projects. Will be able to use in others. Overall very pleased for the price.
5
November 25th, 2020
Verified Buyer
Chuck
Prince Frederick MD
Goncolo
Love the wood. Built a wine holder and stained it golden oak. Looks great.
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