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Category Archives: Exotic Woods

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Shobukan Dojo, Denver

No Comments10 February 20:30

Here is one of our Naginata in action. This was a 84″ White Oak Naginata.  

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Build-A-Bokken Help Page

No Comments7 January 17:45

Our Build-A-Bokken page is a heavily programmed webpage to help you create a training tool that is as unique as you are. The page requires you to have javascript enabled on your browser. The basics usage of the page is: you make selections with the left tabs of the page and the right section of […]

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Poor Man’s Lignum Vitae

No Comments30 December 19:50

    This new year, we are introducing some new woods! Chechen and Katalox have recently been added to the database.   Katalox is also called “Mexican Ebony” and is very hard and dense. I like to call it “Poor Man’s Lignum” because it is very similar in qualities to Lignum Vitae, but much more […]

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Brazilian Teak vs. Traditional Teak

No Comments27 August 9:47

How Does Brazilian Teak Compare to “Traditional” Teak? Here is a comparison when used as outdoor decking lumber:     BRAZILIAN TEAK TRADITIONAL TEAK   Smooth and vivid golden brown to reddish brown color with a very distinguished grain pattern.   APPEARANCE Uniform tan to brown without markings. Grain is usually straight to slightly wavy. 3540 lbs […]

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How to Refinish your Bokken

5 Comments5 April 8:44

  By: Dan Blizniak   The bokken we produce at Blizniak’s Bokken are created from high quality exotic and domestic hardwoods. It is in your best interest to take good care of the wood properly. You have the ability to refinish your bokken on your own. Refinishing the wood will extend the life of your […]

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Save The Rainforest

No Comments31 October 15:53

Forests around the world are under increasing pressure to satisfy the needs of people. Forests are home to many plant and animal species, including humans. They perform the important function of converting carbon dioxide to oxygen. Trees are also the source of the most abundant, environmentally – friendly and a useful material known to man […]

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How to Tell Genuine Lignum Vitae from Argentine Lignum Vitae

by Eric Meier Original source: http://www.wood-database.com In the world of wood, Lignum Vitae is the stuff of legends. Among commercially available hardwoods, it is widely regarded as the heaviest and hardest wood in the world. It’s unique olive green color, delicate feathered grain pattern, and other-worldly rot resistance only serves to add to its aura. Unfortunately, Genuine […]

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