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Bocote
Bocote
Bocote is an exotic wood native to Mexico, Central America, and the West Indies. It features a wide range of grain patterns from straight to wild, with curved lines and swirls. The color ranges from golden brown to tan to golden yellow. It is a hard, heavy, and dense wood, strong and stiff, with a medium texture. Mainly used for custom pool cues, cabinetry, veneer, furniture, inlays, knife handles, and pens. It polishes well with wax or polyurethane, and will take a moderately high natural gloss.

Primary Origin: Central / South America
Appx weight (1" dia x 37" long unbuilt shaft only): 20 oz
Janka Hardness: 2,010 lbf
Rupture Strength: 16,590 lbf/in2
Elasticity: 1,767,000 lbf/in2
Crushing Strength: 8,610 lbf/in2
Endangered Species: No
Status: In Stock
Basic Price: $95.00
(Price shown includes Brass Top, Shaft & HD Rubber Tip)

Bubinga
Bubinga
Bubinga is an exotic wood from Central Africa. It is initially pinky-red, but darkens with age. It is popular for tool handles, decorative veneers, turnery, boatbuilding, knife handles, and can be used as an alternative to rosewood.

Also Known As: Kevazingo
Primary Origin: Equatorial Africa
Appx weight (1" dia x 37" long unbuilt shaft only): 22 oz
Janka Hardness: 2,410 lbf
Rupture Strength: 24,410 lbf/in2
Elasticity: 2,670,000 lbf/in2
Crushing Strength: 10,990 lbf/in2
Endangered Species: Yes
Status: In Stock
Basic Price: $81.00
(Price shown includes Brass Top, Shaft & HD Rubber Tip)

Cocobolo
Cocobolo
Cocobolo is an exotic wood native to Mexico, Panama, Costa Rica, and Nicaragua, and is favored for custom pool cues, fine furniture and cabinetry, inlays, and musical instruments. The wood is very durable and strong, with a fine texture. It is extremely beautiful, ranging in color from dark red to reddish brown, with an irregular grain pattern. Cocobolo has fantastic working characteristics, making it a favorite for turning and carving, and finishes very smoothly.

Also Known As: Cocobola & Cocabola
Primary Origin: Central America
Appx weight (1" dia x 37" long unbuilt shaft only): 27 oz
Janka Hardness: 2,960 lbf
Rupture Strength: 22,910 lbf/in2
Elasticity: 2,712,000 lbf/in2
Crushing Strength: 11,790 lbf/in2
Endangered Species: Yes
Status: Not Available
Basic Price: $164.00
(Price shown includes Brass Top, Shaft & HD Rubber Tip)

Cumaru
Cumaru
Cumaru tends to be a medium to dark brown, sometimes with a reddish or purplish hue; some pieces may have streaks of yellowish or greenish brown. It is extremely stiff, strong, and hard, lending itself well to a variety of applications. It is sometimes used in place of the much more scarce Lignum Vitae.

Also Known As: Brazilian Teak & Tonka Bean
Primary Origin: Northern South America
Appx weight (1" dia x 37" long unbuilt shaft only): 27 oz
Janka Hardness: 3,330 lbf
Rupture Strength: 25,390 lbf/in2
Elasticity: 3,237,000 lbf/in2
Crushing Strength: 13,850 lbf/in2
Endangered Species: No
Status: In Stock
Basic Price: $60.00
(Price shown includes Brass Top, Shaft & HD Rubber Tip)

Figured Bubinga
Figured Bubinga
Figured Bubinga is an exotic wood from Central Africa. It is the same as Bubinga but with much more grain. The wood is initially pinky-red, but darkens with age. It is popular for tool handles, decorative veneers, turnery, boatbuilding, knife handles, and can be used as an alternative to rosewood.

Also Known As: Kevazingo
Primary Origin: Equatorial Africa
Appx weight (1" dia x 37" long unbuilt shaft only): 22 oz
Janka Hardness: 2,410 lbf
Rupture Strength: 24,410 lbf/in2
Elasticity: 2,670,000 lbf/in2
Crushing Strength: 10,990 lbf/in2
Endangered Species: No
Status: In Stock
Basic Price: $86.00
(Price shown includes Brass Top, Shaft & HD Rubber Tip)

Hickory
Hickory
Hickory is very dense and has good shock resistance and steam-bending properties. Sands, turns, stains, and polishes well.

Also Known As: Shagbark Hickory
Primary Origin: Eastern United States
Appx weight (1" dia x 37" long unbuilt shaft only): 20 oz
Janka Hardness: 1,880 lbf
Rupture Strength: 20,200 lbf/in2
Elasticity: 2,160,000 lbf/in2
Crushing Strength: 9,210 lbf/in2
Endangered Species: No
Status: Not Available
Basic Price: $60.00
(Price shown includes Brass Top, Shaft & HD Rubber Tip)

IPE
IPE
Ipe is from Central and South America. It can vary in color from a reddish brown, to a more yellowish olive brown, to a dark blackish brown; sometimes with contrasting darker brown/black stripes. It can be difficult to distinguish visually from Cumaru, another dense South American timber, though Ipe tends to be darker.

Also Known As: Brazilian Walnut & Lapacho
Primary Origin: Central / South America
Appx weight (1" dia x 37" long unbuilt shaft only): 27 oz
Janka Hardness: 3,510 lbf
Rupture Strength: 25,660 lbf/in2
Elasticity: 3,200,000 lbf/in2
Crushing Strength: 13,600 lbf/in2
Endangered Species: Yes
Status: In Stock
Basic Price: $67.00
(Price shown includes Brass Top, Shaft & HD Rubber Tip)

Osage Orange
Osage Orange
Osage Orange is an exotic wood from South America that is very dense. It is popular for turnery, handles, musical instruments and custom bows.

Also Known As: Bois d'arc & Horse or Hedge Apple
Primary Origin: South / Central United States
Appx weight (1" dia x 37" long unbuilt shaft only): 23 oz
Janka Hardness: 2,760 lbf
Rupture Strength: 18,650 lbf/in2
Elasticity: 1,689,000 lbf/in2
Crushing Strength: 9,380 lbf/in2
Endangered Species: No
Status: In Stock
Basic Price: $50.00
(Price shown includes Brass Top, Shaft & HD Rubber Tip)

Padauk
Padauk
Padauk is an exotic wood that is a bright orange or almost crimson wood when freshly cut, but oxidizes to a darker, rich purple-brown over time - although it stays redder than Indian Rosewood. Slightly harder and heavier than Indian Rosewood it is a good wood in all respects - stable, and easy to work with. It often grows in small groups and is reported to be common in dense equatorial rain forests.

Also Known As: Vermillion
Primary Origin: Tropical Central Africa
Appx weight (1" dia x 37" long unbuilt shaft only): 27 oz
Janka Hardness: 1,630 lbf
Rupture Strength: 16,830 lbf/in2
Elasticity: 1,754,000 lbf/in2
Crushing Strength: 8,130 lbf/in2
Endangered Species: No
Status: Not Available
Basic Price: $51.00
(Price shown includes Brass Top, Shaft & HD Rubber Tip)

Purpleheart
Purpleheart
When Purpleheart is freshly cut the heartwood is a dull grayish/purplish brown. Upon exposure the wood becomes a deeper eggplant purple. With further age and exposure to UV light, the wood becomes a dark brown with a hint of purple. This color-shift can be slowed and minimized by using a UV inhibiting finish on the wood.

Also Known As: Amaranth
Primary Origin: Mexico / Southern Brazil
Appx weight (1" dia x 37" long unbuilt shaft only): 25 oz
Janka Hardness: 2,390 lbf
Rupture Strength: 22,000 lbf/in2
Elasticity: 2,937,000 lbf/in2
Crushing Strength: 12,140 lbf/in2
Endangered Species: No
Status: Not Available
Basic Price: $59.00
(Price shown includes Brass Top, Shaft & HD Rubber Tip)

Shedua
Shedua
Shedua has varying shades of yellowish to reddish brown with darker brown, gray, or black stripes. Moderately wide sapwood is a pale yellow, clearly demarcated from heartwood. Sometimes seen with a curly or mottled grain pattern. It is very similar in appearance to Tropical Olivewood.

Also Known As: Ovangkol
Primary Origin: Tropical West Africa
Appx weight (1" dia x 37" long unbuilt shaft only): 20 oz
Janka Hardness: 1,330 lbf
Rupture Strength: 20,350 lbf/in2
Elasticity: 2,701,000 lbf/in2
Crushing Strength: 9,320 lbf/in2
Endangered Species: No
Status: Not Available
Basic Price: $55.00
(Price shown includes Brass Top, Shaft & HD Rubber Tip)

Wenge
Wenge
Wenge is dark enough to be used as a substitute for ebony. It is medium brown, sometimes with a reddish or yellowish hue, with nearly black streaks. Upon application of a wood finish (particularly an oil finish) the wood can become nearly black.

Primary Origin: Central Africa
Appx weight (1" dia x 37" long unbuilt shaft only): 23 oz
Janka Hardness: 1,930 lbf
Rupture Strength: 21,990 lbf/in2
Elasticity: 2,550,000 lbf/in2
Crushing Strength: 11,710 lbf/in2
Endangered Species: Yes
Status: Out Of Stock (On Order)
Basic Price: $75.00
(Price shown includes Brass Top, Shaft & HD Rubber Tip)

Yellowheart
Yellowheart
Yellowheart is from Brazil. It can color range from pale to golden yellow, darkening only slightly with age.

Also Known As: Pau Amarello
Primary Origin: Brazil
Appx weight (1" dia x 37" long unbuilt shaft only): 19 oz
Janka Hardness: 1,790 lbf
Rupture Strength: 16,810 lbf/in2
Elasticity: 2,413,000 lbf/in2
Crushing Strength: 10,080 lbf/in2
Endangered Species: No
Status: Not Available
Basic Price: $69.00
(Price shown includes Brass Top, Shaft & HD Rubber Tip)

Zebrawood
Zebrawood
Zebrawood is an exotic wood native to the Western African countries of Cameroon and Gabon. It is a hard wood, with a medium to coarse texture. The Zebra-like appearance is due to the light colored sapwood in contrast with the dark colored grain. Zebrawood is excellent for wood turning, veneer, furniture, pens, and knife handles. It works and finishes fairly, and has good gluing properties.

Also Known As: Zebrano
Primary Origin: West Africa
Appx weight (1" dia x 37" long unbuilt shaft only): 22 oz
Janka Hardness: 2,097 lbf
Rupture Strength: 17,800 lbf/in2
Elasticity: 2,374,000 lbf/in2
Crushing Strength: 9,210 lbf/in2
Endangered Species: No
Status: Not Available
Basic Price: $71.00
(Price shown includes Brass Top, Shaft & HD Rubber Tip)

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