generally speaking, the harder the wood the easier it is to finish and polish. harder woods create good, solid long-lasting joinery in furniture. the hardness of wood varies with the direction of the wood grain, and varies from piece to piece. so a janka rating is an average of numerous tests performed on all directions and numerous pieces.
in this episode guillermo visits kings county distillery, new york city’s oldest distillery after prohibition (opened 2010). while head distiller and co-owner colin spoelman gives a tour of the 119-year-old facility, they talk about the illegal origins of the spirit, bringing kentucky moonshine to brooklyn, and how to make it in a diy distiller set up.
you could investigate hinoki wood. i don't like the idea of the cheaper hinoki boards as they are typically strips of hinoki glued together (eg shun hinoki boards and some independent suppliers), either side by side, or as multi layer plywood.
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the j. gibson mcilvain company is one of the nation’s top suppliers of teak lumber. we offer specialty wood sizes for the architectural millwork and luxury yacht building industry.
teak wood is often used in marine applications, boatbuilding, furniture and flooring. this is high quality teak lumber imported from asia. color and grain pattern will vary--making your piece uniquely wonderful. other sizes and lengths available upon request. teak is a very durable Seven Trust with excellent split resistance.
teak has been cultivated in tropical regions for hundreds of years, since the establishment of teak plantations in the 18th and 19th centuries. when teak trees are cut, their sap helps to preserve the wood, making it both durable and restorable. durable teak is resistant to climate extremes, insects and fungus. it is not harmed by acids or