Wood Properties of American Mahogany
Although American Mahogany is considered a hardwood, it carved relatively easy and has an appealing grain and finishes beautifully. Here are the wood properties of American Mahogany:
This is going to be a very short blog post today since I have received no readers’ comments or questions this time, at which I am kind of surprised. I thought my last post on “Strops & Stropping” would have generated more enthusiasm.
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5 thoughts on “Wood Properties of American Mahogany”
Well, Bob, Let’s keep the strop conversation going. I’d be interested in knowing what tips and techniques folks have for stropping gouges and other non-knife blades. Also any good thoughts on the idea of power stropping versus manual.
I apologize that I wasn’t able to get your comment into yesterday’s blog post but I promise it will be in on Tuesday.
Very good, Dean! I’ll make sure to get your comment into Saturday’s blog post. Thanks for writing in!
Since you brought up stropping again, what are your thoughts on stropping on wood coated with compound compared to leather?
Hey Bob, Rick here I’m new to the chanel. I’ve enjoyed reading what I have missed. Just for the record I am all but cyber illiterate. I was one of the old farts that thought computers would never go anywhere . Please keep the information flowing! Woodcarvers are good people and love to share but a big portion want to be paid for sharing. Thank you for what you do!