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Sapele | Planed all round (PAR)Entandrophragma cylindricum

Sapele from Good Timber
Is this timber suitable for outdoors? Sapele is very durable and is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.
Does this timber machine well?Sapele machines well although care should be taken as it can sometimes have an interlocking grain.
Will this timber expand and contract much in use?Sapele is stable in use.
How dense is this wood?620KG/M3 fairly dense
Does this timber take paint or stain well?Sapele is often used for painted joinery but it can also be oiled or vanished with good results.
What sort of price range is this timber? Mid price range

Sapele is a red-brown colour and is similar in appearance to mahogany. The grain pattern and colour can vary between boards. It is hard and dense, and with an oil finish it will turn a rich brown/red colour.  

 

Sapele | Planed all round (PAR)

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A glue joint is where two or more boards of timber are glued together to create extra width.

Glue jointing is an industry standard practice for the supply of wide boards, worktops and shelves. We select boards with a similar grain pattern and glue and clamp them together overnight using Aliphatic resin wood glue - which is waterproof - and creates a bond stronger than the wood. We then sand the boards smooth leaving jointed boards with a barely discernible join.