What kind of wood is generally used for wooden crafts :
1. Wooden handicraft materials require dense materials, uniform structure, consistent color, easy to engrave, smooth cutting surface, no cracks, and no deformation.
2. Suitable timber species for wooden crafts include Pinus sylvestris, white pine, larch, spruce, yew, ginkgo, cypress, Torreya, boxwood, silk cotton, birch, walnut, teak, eucalyptus, camphor, nanmu, and sky Elm, laurel, pear, black shell, eucalyptus, eucalyptus, fragrant tree, plum tree, camellia, etc.
3. Wooden crafts require that the wood will not be corroded (rotted). In addition to paying attention to the choice of tree species, the key is to choose the tree species with the lowest moisture content to harvest wood in autumn and winter. Air drying or artificial drying can reduce the moisture content of wood by 10% (in northern regions). Refers to handicrafts that are ultimately stored, used, and not processed, the same below) or less than 15% (in the south). As long as you pay attention to these two points, not only will the wood not rot but it will not be deformed or cracked, so that it can remain in its original shape.