Lacewood

“Juniperus virginiana”, Lacewood, also known as Leopaordwood, is most often known for the flecking characterisitc that appears when it is quartersawn. The color of Lacewood is usually between a reddish brown accented with light brown or grey highlights. Lacewood

From: South America

Use:
Cabinetry, Veneer, high-end furniture, musical instruments

Availability:
Predominately found in 4/4 thickness some availability in thicker stock.

Lacewood Hardwood Lumber Grading & Pricing:
Lacewood is considered to have a moderate hardwood price point.

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Relative Working Properties:

Machining Resistance to
Splitting in Nailing
Resistance to
Splitting in Screwing
Gluing
Fair Good Good Good

Physical Properties:

Specific Gravity (12% M.C.) Average Shipping Weight kilograms (kg) per cubic metre (m3) Air Dry Average Volumetric Shrinkage (oven dry % of Green) Modulus of Rupture (Kilopascals) Modulus of Elasticity (Megapascals) Side Hardness (Newtons)
0.53 530 N/A N/A N/A 3,160
Shipping Weight Janka Hardness
2.75 lbs/bft dry 710 lbs @ 12% M.C.
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