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Red Grandis Turning Squares: 1-3/4" x 1-3/4" x 12"
Get ready to work with the finest wood squares you've ever seen, they're ready to be turned into whatever you can imagine, such as furniture parts, table legs, small accessories, handles, artwork and other fine woodworking projects.
Why Choose Red Grandis?While the color is much more pale than genuine mahogany, red grandis is very similar in weight, density, grain structure, and the way it responds to most machining operations. The wood's color does deepen with age turning to a darker red much like mahogany.
What Size Is This?
|1-3/4" (≈ 1-3/4" approx)
|Kiln dried, clear
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About Red Grandis (Eucalyptus grandis)View All Red Grandis Products
2.62lbs /Bd. Ft.
Ease of Finishing
Red Grandis is an exotic wood from Latin America
While the color is much more pale than genuine mahogany, red grandis is very similar in weight, density, grain structure, and the way it responds to most machining operations. The wood's color does deepen with age turning to a darker red much like mahogany.
Pale pinkish tan to a mild creamy yellow
This FSC- certified plantation grown tree is a massive one, reaching 160 to 200 feet tall and 4 to 7 feet in diiameter. Native to coastal Australia, plantations in South America provide the lumber that's imported into the U.S. .
Eucaluptus grandis, flooded gum, rose gum
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