there's a Mango dining table we would like to buy but we're worried
about it splitting and cracking.
does anyone have an opinion of whether mango is a good wood for a
dining room table. The table is very inexpensive which makes us
Reliability is probably more a function of how the wood was processed and
how the table was built rather than the species of the wood. I've only used
mango for turning but it seemed to have no major problems with drying well
and remaining stable but I'm very careful about how I handle my wood. What
tropical area does this table come from? Mango grows to really huge
dimensions and there is not a major demand for the wood so that would make
the material itself pretty cheap. If the country also has very low wages and
expenses a low price for the table might be easily explained.
Mango is said to be verys table after drying. Some claim it is useful for gun
stocks because it is more stable than black walnut. According to "Useful Woods
of The World" it seldom shows up on the wood market, is mostly locally used
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