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Old 11-21-2016, 04:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default dymondwood available

I have found a source of dymondwood. The company that has it is no longer in business and has a quantity(several hundred pounds) in both stick and sheet. Dymondwood was made by the Rutland Plywood Corp until their manufacturing facility burned in 2014. If you are not familiar with it, Dymondwood is a very hard, dense laminated wood. It is similiar in density to bronze and will take a shine with nothing other than a buffing wheel.
The available stock is anywhere from 3/4" to 1"+ in thickness and is obviously limited. There appears to be 30+ different colors in the lot. A single 16" x 30" sheet costs nearly $200 when it was still available. If there is interest, I will purchase the stock and cut into either blanks or sticks. I would expect that I will ask about $2 per square inch surface area, regardless the thickness.
If there is interest you can respond to this post or email me directly at dennis@eastcoastprinters.com I will not attempt to fill an order for a couple of pieces. I will have to purchase an entire sheet in order to divide it into individual orders.
A link to the full color chart is here: Dymondwood Color Chart
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