Any tool that is powered by hand rather than a motor is known as a hand tool. Hand tools are of various types and can be used for any kind of work. Some tools are versatile while others are specifically used for a particular job. In order to achieve the best results for your work, it is very important to know their construction and proper usage. Lack of knowledge or negligence may lead to several mistakes and injuries.
Native to the African rainforests, Teak Dabema is moderately durable and strong. Naturally resistant to decay, the wood is ideal for construction and flooring. While the Dabema sapwood is light pink or red in colour, the heartwood is dark brown and is easy to determine. The grain is typically interlocked and gives ribbon-like figures when quartersawn.
It grows in Bosnia, and the weight of the beech is 0.72 g / cm3. The share pore is approximately 54%. A heavy, strong, and hardwood with excellent bending properties, the GENENA Bosnian beechwood has great elasticity and is resistant to tension, bending, and stroke. It has one of the highest shrinkage rates of hardwoods with a tendency to split and wart. The beechwood is light reddish-brown in colour and has a fine texture. It has excellent finishing properties.
The most common type of beech species in Romania is the European beech (Fagus Sylvatica). These are large trees that can reach a height of 40 m and can live up to 300 years or more. It is usually white, pale cream or pale brown and is steamed to relieve drying stresses while also bringing out a pinkish-red colour. The wood is quite hard and has a fine and uniform texture. Beech has exceptional steam bending properties, even when there are knots and irregular grain. It can be bent to very small radii, which makes it particularly useful in the furniture industry.
Okoume is the wood of the Okoume tree (Aucoumea klaineana), a species native to west-central Africa, in particular Gabon, Equatorial Guinea, and the Republic of Congo. The lumber of this tree is known by many names, among them Acoume, Gaboon wood, Uume, and Zouga. Within its native range, Okoume is considered widespread and relatively common. Okoume is widely used for veneers and is often processed into plywood.