This is a Midwest 3/16 x 3/8 x 24" Basswood Strip. Basswood is a domestic wood cut in Northern Michigan and Wisconsin. It is well liked because of its price point, work-ability and finishing qualities. Its close, tight homogeneous grain structure makes it ideal for a wide variety of hobby, craft and miniature projects. Thin Basswood may be cut with a hobby knife; thicker Basswood requires a saw for cutting. Basswood may be stained or painted to represent any wood type.
- Micro-Cut Quality describes midwests unique approach to producing the finest sheets, strips and blocks world-wide.
- Highest quality wood from tree plantations.
- Machinery is developed in-house because standard, commercial tools do not provide adequate cut tolerances (up to 0.002 inches) in the industry.
- Five step inspection process to meet the most demanding requirements.
This product was added to our catalog on September 26, 2008