WOOD Magazine Staff
Frequently called Philippine mahogany, this wood isn't mahogany at all.
The thorny jewel of the American Southwest.
From men-of-war to kitchen cabinets, always number one.
The weatherproof stock of Old Ironsides, barrels, and mission furniture.
The lake states' lumber tree.
If it's never happened to you, count yourself lucky. WHAM! Flying wood. Shaking, you shut off the saw and examine yourself for injury. What went wrong?