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 Changing Requirements for Veneer Logs qc,quality control,quality assurance,inspection,checking,sourcing,factory auditing,import,export,manufacturing

Changing Requirements for Veneer Logs While plant managers and production foremen would rather work with high-grade peeler logs, the availability of raw material and the changing end uses of veneer and plywood have forced the veneer industry to handle lower grade logs. Improved methods for handling small logs have made …

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PROPERTIES OF VENEER LOGS qc,quality control,quality assurance,inspection,checking,sourcing,factory auditing,import,export,manufacturing

Selection of species for decorative face veneer is based primarily on the appearance of the wood. Other physical and mechanical properties are important for construction plywood, core and crossband veneer, and container veneer. In addition to the wood properties of various species, their tree and log properties must be taken …

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veneer Permeability qc,quality control,quality assurance,inspection,checking,sourcing,factory auditing,import,export,manufacturing

Permeability has a distinct effect on veneer cutting, drying, and gluing characteristics. Sapwood is often more permeable than heartwood of the same species. Bacterial attack in log storage may increase the permeability of wood, thereby changing its cutting characteristics. Wood that is permeable is easier to cut because water is …

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PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF WOOD qc,quality control,quality assurance,inspection,checking,sourcing,factory auditing,import,export,manufacturing

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF WOOD Generally, the first information about a species is obtained by a wood taxonomist or wood anatomist. Working with herbarium material and small wood samples, he classifies the species and describes its structure. This information is valuable for screening species to be considered for use as veneer. …

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