2 edition of Plywood and other wood-based panels found in the catalog.
Plywood and other wood-based panels
International Consultation on Plywood and Other Wood-based Panel Products (1963 Rome)
by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome
Written in English
|Contributions||Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 v. in 2 :|
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Get this from a library. Plywood and other wood-based panels: report of an International Consultation on Plywood and Other Wood-Based Panel Products, Rome, July [Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.;].
wood-based panels industry has been motivated by the requirement to improve product quality and reduce manufacturing costs at the same time, or, in other words, to secure the competitiveness of.
Wood based panels are primarily used in construction, packaging, and shipping. Wood based panels can be classified into different product segments such as softwood plywood, particle-board and medium density fiber board, decorative hardwood plywood and veneer (under 6mm thick), waferboard and other structural composite boards, insulation board.
WOOD-BASED PANELS INDUSTRY is a new textbook covering the wood value chain from the forest to wood-based panel products and further to the customers. The book is divided into six parts: raw materials, plywood industry, LVL industry, particleboard industry, other wood-based panels and other issues in the wood-based panels industry.
Together, they create an image of. However plywood and potentially LVL too can respond to this. Plywood has traditionally been produced from very many wood species and indeed many non-wood species such as bamboo too, so there is no reason to believe that the production of plywood and other veneer-based products will stop because of changes in the raw by: 1.