Bubinga Exotic Wood & Bubinga Lumber
Bubinga is a large tree sometimes reaching over 100 feet in height with a trunk diameter as much as 36" and grows in the Cameroon and Gabon, West Africa regions.
It is a fine grained wood which is hard and heavy and can be polished to a high lustrous finish and the wood is easily worked without difficulty.
Bubinga is usually light red to violet and has fairly evenly spaced purple stripes.
It is also referred to as, Akume, Bingbinga, Bubinga, Essingang, Kevazingo, Ovang and Waka.
It is mostly used for, furniture, musical instruments, decorative items, veneer, millwork, flooring and turning.
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Bubinga Wood Characteristics
Bubinga Avg Dry Wgt: 55 lbs/ft3 (880 kg/m3) | Janka Hardness: 2628lbf (11690 N) | Specific Gravity: 0.88