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Plywood MANUFACTURING Defects pART 3 Defects items

Plywood MANUFACTURING Defects pART 3 Defects items Any manufacturing mark or damage that interferes with the aesthetic appearance or usability of a given panel. Types of defects include delamination, machine or handling damage, dents or impressions (press fault) in a face or back, face or back visible due to excessive …

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Plywood MANUFACTURING Defects pART 2 Checking

Plywood MANUFACTURING Defects pART 2 Checking Checking: The appearance of checks as described above anywhere on a veneer face. Concentration may be isolated to small areas or widely dispersed over the entire panel surface. Often associated with maple due to the stresses inherent in that genus.

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Plywood MANUFACTURING Defects pART 1 Check

Plywood MANUFACTURING Defects pART 1 Check Check: Any fracture of a veneer surface along the grain generally resulting  from stresses due to un-even shrinkage during seasoning or acclimatization, often exacerbated when extreme conditions of exterior cold and interior heat and relative humidity occur simultaneously.

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