Origin: Roble is found in Central and South America, primarily in Argentina, Bolivia, Peru, and Brazil.
Color: The sapwood has a pale color and the heartwood ranges from a golden to dark brown. It resembles white oak in appearance.
Janka Hardness: 990 (medium)
Decay and Weather Resistance: Rated as moderately durable and decay resistant
Workability: Roble is a very stable, lightweight wood. It is easy to work with by hand and machine tools. It has good gluing and turning properties and takes stains well. But, when nailing or screwing, pre-boring may be necessary.
Uses: It is used for various applications including fine furniture, cabinetry, flooring, veneers, boats, musical instruments, and turnings.
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