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||Brazil (plantation grown)
||As far as density, strength and technical properties, Lyptus compares favorably with hard maple. In appearance it rivals cherry and mahogany.
||Good machining and turning properties. Glues and holds fasteners well. Sands to a smooth, semi-polished surface. Absorbs a variety of stains evenly, from oil- to water-based finishes.
||Flooring, cabinetry and millwork.