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Old 03-27-14, 08:07 PM
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Canaboo
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I would highly recommend using Elm if you can get your hands on some. Elm is unigue in that it has very tangled fibers so it is not nearly as prone to cracking if you bend it from side to side.
It used to be used for forming cheese boxes in a wheel shape and the actual wooden rim for wagon wheels.
It also has fantastic heat bending capabilities.
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