Limba is a hard African wood of light yellow colour. It is rigid and solid. It is mostly used as surface veneer, with a thickness of 0.7/0.8 mm.
An African tree, also known as Samba, Wawa, Obeche and Ayous. It is fast-growing, light weight, offers high elasticity and is not very pliable. It is often used as core veneer and sometimes as surface veneer.
The wood is tight and rather solid. It has a nicely striped, decorative design and therefore is often used as surface veneer (with a thickness of 0.7/0.8 mm).
Anegre is a mid hard and solid, a non-elastic wood, being waterproof, it is mostly used as surface veneer. Anegre can be found in two colours basically (yellow and red); the red one can be used as a replacement for fossil tree.
The wood is hard and elastic, partly used as surface veneer (dark red colour).
A very light, solid type of wood; this particular cypress is used for blade manufacturing only when having 300 years or more in age. It can be found in all types of veneers in table tennis blades.
Balsa wood is very light weight and available in different variations. There are several options: very hard and heavy, or soft and light. It is commonly used as core veneer.