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Russian forest resources are decreasing year by year

Russian forest resources are decreasing year by year All along, Russian forestry resources are very rich, forest coverage is wide, world-famous. As “green gold”, Russia’s log export volume occupies the forefront of the world. Russia’s forests are indeed disappearing, they are being exploited legally or illegally, and forest fires are …

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Vietnam: Too many Chinese furniture enterprises

Vietnam: Too many Chinese furniture enterprises The trade situation between China and the United States has improved, and the home industry is also waiting for good news. At the same time, Vietnam may face new problems. Rapid increase in demand has brought a lot of opportunities The threat of imposing …

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Understanding & working with wood defects

Understanding & working with wood defects original Source https://www.woodworkingnetwork.com/best-practices-guide/solid-wood-machining/understanding-working-wood-defects By Ron Smith April 04, 2016 | 2:48  pm EDT No tree is perfect. It’s subject to defects from the time it emerges as a seedling to the last stages of seasoning. A defect is simply an abnormality or irregularity found in wood. There …

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SELECTING AND USING PLYWOOD FORMING PANELS

SELECTING AND USING PLYWOOD FORMING PANELS Source from https://www.concreteconstruction.net To use the best structural wood forming panel for the job, evaluate the various plywood types, classes, grades, and overlays By Bruce Cordova, Fulton Desler   DOWNLOAD THE PDF VERSION OF THIS ARTICLE. (457.28 KB) Contractors typically need to evaluate structural wood forming panels to properly construct …

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BENDING PLYWOOD FORM PANELS

BENDING PLYWOOD FORM PANELS Source from https://www.concreteconstruction.net By Concrete Construction Staff How sharply can plywood panels be bent in forming curved concrete surfaces? According to the Douglas Fir Plywood Association, 1/4-inch-thick Ply Form grade panels may be bent to a minimum radius of 15 inches across the grain and 24 inches parallel …

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CURVING PLYWOOD FORMS

CURVING PLYWOOD FORMS Source from https://www.concreteconstruction.net By Concrete Construction Staff Q: How much can we bend 3/8-inch plywood forms? A.: Probably to a circle with a 3-foot radius if you bend across the grain, or a circle with an 8-foot radius if you bend parallel to the grain. Even shorter radii can be used …

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PROLONGING PLYWOOD FORM LIFE

PROLONGING PLYWOOD FORM LIFE Source from https://www.concreteconstruction.net By Concrete Construction Staff What can we do to increase the life of our plywood forms? We experience a lot of damage during stripping. Double-headed nails are helpful in reducing damage. Large numbers of nails or oversize nails should be avoided. If pinch bars are …

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Plywood forming panels Cast-in-place Forming

original source https://www.forconstructionpros.com/concrete/equipment-products/forms/article/10298479/castinplace-forming A look at the leading choices for cast-in-place applications. A good portion of concrete contractors offer cast-in-place concrete work in their lineup of services, whether they’re building foundations, single-family homes or commercial buildings. Contractors are typically utilizing either wood panel systems or aluminum forms for residential and light …

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