Hardwood, Coreflex/Superaction, and Cane Laminations – Tapers

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Hardwood, Coreflex/Superaction, and Cane Laminations – Tapers are available in widths of 1.5″, 1.75″, and 2″. Tapered at .002″ per running inch, .0015″ or .001″ per running inch. .002″ available from .090″ – .150″ thickness. .001″ available from .060″ – .150″ thickness. .002″ tapers are NOT available smaller than .090″ thickness. Cane tapers available in 1.5″ only, .120″ max thickness. Sold as 36″ pairs.

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Hardwood, Coreflex/Superaction, and Cane Laminations – Tapers are available in widths of 1.5″, 1.75″, and 2″. Tapered at .002″ per running inch, .0015″ or .001″ per running inch. .002″ available from .090″ – .150″ thickness. .001″ available from .060″ – .150″ thickness. .002″ tapers are NOT available smaller than .090″ thickness. Cane tapers available in 1.5″ only, .120″ max thickness. Sold as 36″ pairs.

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Wood Type

Red Elm-Edge Grain 36" pairs, Red Elm-Flat Grain 36" pairs, Hard Maple 36" pairs, Ash 36" pairs, Cherry 36" pairs, Jatoba 36" pairs, Bubinga 36" pairs, Hickory 36" pairs, Walnut 36" pairs, Purple Heart 36" pairs, Shedua 36" pairs, Padauk 36" pairs, Ebiara/Red Zebra 36" pairs, Bocote 36" pairs, Wenge 36" pairs, Curly Maple 36" pairs, Birdseye Maple 36" pairs, Actionboo Natural 36" pairs, Actionboo Amber 36" pairs, Cane Bamboo (natural) 36" pairs 1.5" width only, .120" max thickness

Width

2", 1.75", 1.5"

Customer Questions & Answers

    what is the taper per inch mean
  1. Q what is the taper per inch mean answer now
    Asked by anthony may on October 23, 2019 4:29 pm
    Answered by the admin Tapered laminations change in thickness over the length of the lamination. For example, a .002" taper will decrease .002" per running inch from butt to tip.
  2. what dose it mean when it gives you the option of thickness. and when does it apply to
  3. Q what dose it mean when it gives you the option of thickness. and when does it apply to answer now
    Asked by Gram Price on August 25, 2019 6:07 pm
    Answered by the admin Thanks for your question. The thickness of the taper is the thickness at the butt end of the lamination (thick end). Sincerely, Elmont
  4. I am interested in your cane tapers. Which subspecies of bamboo (calcutta, tonkin, etc.) are they made from?
  5. Q I am interested in your cane tapers. Which subspecies of bamboo (calcutta, tonkin, etc.) are they...... Read more answer now
    Asked by Robert Bourassa on June 14, 2018 5:26 pm
    Answered by the admin

    Our cane bamboo is an excellent type for archery called Moso bamboo.

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