Millittia Stuhlmannii
Also known as Panga-Panga and Partridgewood, is a high density wood originary from Mozambique, southern Tanzania and eastern Zimbabwe.

Hard and heavy (> 800 Kg / m3 when dried) has good resistance to bending and to shock being very durable.
Difficult to work because of its hardness, when sawing it may bind to blades and burn; it tends to split, so pre-drilling is highly recommended - HSS drills and tools should be used.
by FMPereira February 17, 2013

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