Mahogany (Makore) Plywood

Mahogany-Makore-Plywood

Makore is a good substitute for mahogany plywood and stains very easily.  Easily matched to a number of mahogany species.

The heartwood is rated as very durable and extremely resistant to preservative treatment. Makore or mahogany plywood is used in the United States generally in the form of figured veneer.

Grain is usually straight, but individual trees may have interlocked or irregular grain which produces a broken stripe pattern on quartered surfaces. The heartwood of Mahogany plywood's color varies from a pinkish or purplish-brown to dark blood-red. The rather drab appearing sapwood may be 2 to 3 inches thick.

 

 

Mahogany Plywood Inventory
 

3mm

4'x 8' MDF Core

5.2mm

4'x 8' MDF Core G1S

5.2mm

4'x 8' MDF Core G2S

 

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