Kiln Dried & Ready To Use
Species: Black Limba (Terminalia Superba)
Type of Cut: Rift Sawn (By-product, but more rare than Flat Sawn) — Referring to the annual tree ring growth on the end grain of the blank – Angle of rings 30-60 degrees.
Janka Hardness: 670
Common Names: Korina or Limba
Important Note: Limba wood is defined out in the industry as Black or White. This is in reference to the color streaks or lack there of. It is the same species, same tree, but it is in reference to clean yellow wood versus wood with color streaks. White Limba is a very small portion of the wood that is cut.
Important Note: It is extremely common for Limba wood to have bug holes and ambrosia streaking. It is so common that it is not considered a defect, more so a characteristic of the wood. If you are looking for blanks with no bug holes, please review the photos carefully before purchasing as we aren’t taking close up photos of individual bug holes. This product has been kiln dried and there are no live insects.
Photo and Listing: This listing’s photos are of the actual blank you will receive. Unlike many of our competitors, we photograph each individual item. Kimball Hardwoods does not alter, enhance, photoshop, or enhance with solvents unless otherwise stated with any of our products. When you receive your product, it will look exactly like it does in the photos.
Actual Neck Blank Weight: 5.06 lbs.
Neck Blank Board Footage: 1.85
Pounds (lbs.) Per Board Foot: 2.73 lbs.
|32 × 7 × 3 in