Osborne Wood Products is proud to announce a new addition to its wood inventory: the Specialty Wood Selection.
Osborne has introduced eight new wood types, bringing the total choice for wood turnings to nineteen. Customers can now order turnings such as dining, coffee, and end table legs as well as kitchen island legs in Tiger Maple, Douglas Fir, Cypress, Western Red Cedar, Spanish Cedar, Beech, Sapele, and the much sought-after Heart Pine. These wood types join the already existing Traditional Selection woods Soft Maple, Red Oak, Knotty Pine, and Hickory and Premium Selection woods Alder, Cherry, Hard Maple, Mahogany, Red Birch, Black Walnut, and Lyptus offered by the family-owned business for years.
The Specialty Wood Selection line at Osborne gives customers the chance to explore more wood options. Heart Pine is currently one of the most highly-coveted heartwoods in the Southeastern United States while Douglas Fir is one of America’s most plentiful softwoods with a superior performance against strong forces such as winds, storms, and earthquakes. The exotic Tiger Maple (also known as Curly Maple) is a terrific choice for customers creating custom furniture due to its distinctive wavy pattern.
“Various Lean Manufacturing initiatives in 2011 has allowed us to streamline large amounts of our product catalog through our product processes,” said Christian Smedberg, Director of Marketing and Customer Service at Osborne Wood Products. “The flexibility we gained from these improvements in our wood line, we would like to pass on to our customers by offering these new wood types.”
Source: Osborne Wood Products
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