What is it?
Plywood with inner layer in poplar and external layers in okoumè.
The okoumè is an African wood with moderate dimensional stability, flexible and known for its lightness.
The external appearance is of strong impact, okoumè is often used as a substitute for mahogany.
Notes for the design
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Depth medium raster engraving: 0.3 mm
Depth deep raster engraving: 0.5 mm
kerf: 0.4 mm
measured on the sample (59.6 mm measured after the drawing cut with 60 mm side)
All values are purely indicative and are subject to variations based on the sheet of material and the position at the time of processing.