More power is required for machining Hard Maple wood but smooth surfaces and profiles can be produced by using hard metal–tipped tools. There is a risk of burns when using dull tools.
Glue joints hold well and pre-drilled screw joints are preferred over nail joints.
Hard Maple is one of the most used furniture woods in the USA. Over the last two years Hard Maple has established itself in Europe as a furniture wood, above all as a “substitute” for Pear, Alder or European Sycamore in un-steamed white or steamed pink colour shades. Due to its resistance to friction it is also suitable as hard-wearing parquet in gymnasium, etc… Turned into bobbins, loom shuttles and billiard cues.
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