Mahogany Veneer Pack 7 sq. ft.: 4 pcs, 8" x 32"

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Mahogany Veneer Pack 7 sq. ft.: 4 pcs, 8" x 32"

$15.99 /Pack

1-4 $15.99 /Pack
5+ $14.39 /Pack (10% off)
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Mahogany Veneer Pack 7 sq. ft.: 4 pcs, 8" x 32"

This craft veneer pack contains 4 sheets of raw, unbacked wood veneer that have been sanded as well as trimmed on the edges and ends. The sheets are sequence sliced so you can match them for a variety of projects such as: Furniture repair, Game boards, Boxes, and much more. Each piece measures 1/42'' x 8'' x 32''.

About Mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla)

Weight

2.58

lbs /Bd. Ft.
-27.93% lighter than red oak (3.58 /bd. ft.)
Hardness

801

Janka Rating
-37.91% softer than red oak (1290 psi)
Density

0.59

Specific Gravity
-7.81% less dense than red oak (.64)

General Workability
Good 3/10
Red Oak

Wood Texture
Fine 4/10
Red Oak

Ease of Finishing
Good 3/10
Red Oak

map of where Mahogany tree grows
Mahogany is an exotic wood from Latin America & Fiji

Ranks among the finest cabinet woods. Exceptionally stable and clear with a natural luster. Moderately coarse texture. Requires filling to achieve a class smooth surface but accepts virtually all finishes with ease. Widely praised for its response to hand tools, power tools, and all woodworking procedures.

color of Mahogany
Color Range
Yellowish brown to reddish or orange brown.
the Mahogany tree
What's The Tree Like?
A massive tree with a beautiful canopy, this tree grows to over 150 feet with trunk diameter over 72" above large buttresses.
other names for Mahogany
Other Names
Acajou, Acajou Amerique, Aguano, Belize mahogany, Big leafed mahogany, Bigleaf mahogany, Caguano, Cao, Caoba, Caoba de Atlantico, Caobilla, Chiculte, Cobano, Gateado, Honduras mahogany, Mahogany, Mara
uses for Mahogany
Some Typical Uses
Furniture, cabinets, guitars and other musical instruments, interiors, boat building, pattern making, trim, entry doors, stairs.

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4 Total Reviews
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October 1, 2012
5 out of 5
Laminated Guitar Sides
Review by  Jason from Rhodes, MI USA
Great product. I laminated this mahogany to some birch and a wood called Anegre that I got off Ebay. This makes up the sides and back of my acoustic guitar.
Recommended
August 15, 2011
5 out of 5
High Quality Wood
Review by  N Allen from Cherryville, NC USA
Very good product! Sturdy. Beautiful grain.
Recommended
July 29, 2010
5 out of 5
Mahogany veneer
Review by  Randy Eriksen from Lacey, WA USA
Exceptional quality, quantity, and useability
Recommended
March 20, 2009
5 out of 5
Nice mahogany
Review by  Scott Cole from Minneapolis, MN US
Picked this up to make a custom dash in my project car. You guys packed it very well, considering how delicate veneer is. Anyway the veneer was beautiful and bookmatched like you said it was.
Recommended
4 Total Reviews
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