West african cordia

West African cordia is reported to be generally easy to work with ordinary machine tools but interlocked and irregular grain may cause surfaces to be woolly and fuzzy. Sharp cutting edges are required in all operations, and a reduced cutting angle of 20 degrees is recommended in planing quarter-sawn surfaces. Turning Turning properties are reported to be satisfactory, but clean surfaces are difficult to achieve when cutting against the grain. More

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