natural wood for jewellery & lifestyle -  SDE JORDAN

natural wood for jewellery & lifestyle

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CopraWood

Wood blank for jewellery and hobby, prototyping and modelling

For our wood blanks we exclusively use selected, long seasoned and crack-free wood. Colour and texture are defined by the tree´s natural growth and are therefore individually diverse. The images on our internet page can therefore only depict the colour and the texture of the respective wood type exemplary.

Scope of application: jewellery, decoration items, prototyping, modelbuilding, etc.

For processing the the CNC milling machine you can use the same tools, as for the processing of pre-sintered zirconium blanks.

American Walnut
(Juglans nigra)

With its strong grey- to chocolate-brown colour and its distinctly striped resp. mottled structure the American walnut is a very sought-after high-quality furniture wood.

 

 

American White Oak
(Quercus alba)

The oak is one of the ring porous hardwoods, is very durable and tough. It is very much appreciated due to its expressive structure. Flamed oak is determined by an undulating moving appearance and by more or less regular and pronounced stripes that are oriented transverse to the fiber flow.


 

Mahogany
(Entandophragma cylindricum)

This wood comes from Africa. The pink-brown to light red tinted hard wood obtains an intense red-brown color by drying.

 


Olive
(Olea europea)

The cultural history of the olive tree, which requires a long time to grow, reaches far back into antiquity. It is one of the oldest cultivated plants in the world. Our mediterranean olive wood is yellowish gold and crossed irregularly by fine dark veins.

 

Indian Apple
(Tineo)

The indian apple tree is primarily to be found in South America. The wood of the indian apple impresses with its exotic flair. The nuances
range from russet to dark rose shades. The annual rings become apparent in small dark lines.

 Purpleheart

(peltogyne venosa)

This is amaranth wood, also known as violet wood or purple heart. This wood of mostly plain texture
is animated by fine, light and darker lines and presents itself mainly by its naturally magnificent fuchsia
to violett colour, which occurs by nature. The fibre flow of this wood is mostly irregular.

 

 

 

 

Larch
(Larix decidua)

The light splint of the larch is very narrow, the shade of the heartwood varies strongly from light brown to intense red-brown. The typical appearance is characterised by the variation of light early wood and darker differentiated late wood areas. Depending on the production this can create beautiful bloomy/ flawy– or straight striped structures.

Macassar Ebony
(Diospyros celebica)

Macassar ebony is also known as Coromandel. Its elegant dark wood has a grey-brown to red-brown
basic tone with partly regular, partly irregular streaked darkbrown to black colour stripes. The wood is
strikingly shiny, very hard and very decorative.

Bird´s Eye Maple
(acer saccharum)

Bird´s eye maple is a special form of hard maple (sugar maple). Because of excrecence of  „sleeping buds“ pencil formed branches are formed around the trunk (bird´s eyes), which grow into the wood. The light white to white-yellowish colour which inside the trunk merges into a pale gold-brown colour, in combination with the lifely structure, conveys a friendly ambience.

Zebrano
(Microberlinia bisulcata, brazzavillensis)

The light- to grey-brown basic tone of this wood is freshened distincly by dense black-brown stripes. The stripes run mainly straight on the radial surfaces, though often the irregular and jagged course of the colour stripes grant the wood a unique character.

MDF blank (medium density fiberboard) for milling tests

The facts:

  • low-cost and eco-friendly alternative to plastic blanks for reviewing the calibration status of your CNC milling system
  • further applications are jewellery, decoration items, prototyping, modelling etc.