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SpectraPly Caribbean Waves 3" x 3" x 11-1/2"

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SpectraPly is the process of laminating premium yellow birch veneer into some of the most vibrant and beautiful colored wood material found globally. SpectraPly is commonly found throughout the firearms industry as gunstock material, but is also found in the craft and specialty woodturning industries, sporting and outdoor markets (for game calls, bow handles, pistol grips, sling shots and much more). Experience the difference of SpectraPly for the best in color depth, consistency, strength and stability. Made in the USA.Finished product colors are representative of an average color after many dying processes. Variation may occur due to exposure to light and finishing products used. Image shown was sanded to 320 grit and finished with General Finishes Wood Turners Finish.Caribbean Waves is a combination of alternating our Royal Blue, Turquoise and Natural veneer. This is a stunning beautiful blue and natural looking product.

  • Use sharp cutting tools, preferably carbide

  • Glues easily

  • Accepts a wide range of finishes

  • Caution when wiping on a finish. The Natural White can absorb some of the surrounding color. We recommend a spray finish to ensure a clearer color.

  • California Residents: Click here for Proposition 65 information.



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    Great product

    By  MajorB

    from Southern Colorado

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    • Attractive Design
    • Durable
    • Easy To Use


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    Comments about SpectraPly Caribbean Waves 3" x 3" x 11-1/2" :

    It turned really well. I thought there might be a problem by turning a laminate that I myself didn't glue, but it wasn't an issue. I sanded it on the lathe. 120 grit, then 220 grit. It produced a finish as smooth as glass. I finished it with a couple of coats of oil and it brought out all the color. I got tons of positive comments from everyone that sees the finished product.

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