Here's what to know about woodworking with this wood
CharacterSince the shoots are only a few inches in diameter, bamboo is cut and laminated into solid boards or sheets. The wood is approximately as hard or harder than red oak.
Color RangeNatural 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.
Other NamesBamboo, moso bamboo
Some Typical UsesCutting boards, longboards, tables, stair treads, flooring, decorative interiors, veneer
What's the Tree Like?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. The Bamboo tree grows in China
2.92lbs /Bd. Ft.
Woodworking with Bamboo:
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