Walnut Lumber Wood

December 27, 2009 by  
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7 EACH THIN KILN DRIED SANDED MAPLE WALNUT CHERRY WOOD LUMBER 12 X 3 X 3 8
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20 BOARD FEET KILN DRIED 4 4 BLACK WALNUT LUMBER WOOD
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Hardwood Lumber Scraps Walnut Wood Turning Blanks Craft Pieces 2 Inches Thick
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20 PIECES WALNUT THIN BOARDS LUMBER WOOD CRAFTS SCROLL SAW 1 8 x 3 4 x 12
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10 Pack 3 4x16 EXOTIC PADAUK Black Walnut CHERRY Wood Cutting Lumber Boards
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Beautiful Black Walnut Lumber Wood Air Dried 24 x 3 x 1 2 FREE SHIPPING
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16 Pack 3 4x2x12 BLACK WALNUT Cherry ASPEN Butternut Wood Cutting Lumber
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2 Pack 3 4 x 6 x 16 or 24 or 36 BLACK WALNUT Hardwood Lumber KD Wood Board
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Hardwood lumber scraps Walnut Oak Maple Alder Cherry Hickory wood crafts turning
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2 Pack 3 4 x 4 x 16 or 24 or 36 BLACK WALNUT Hardwood Lumber KD Wood Boards
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4 Pack 3 4x7x12 BLACK WALNUT Lumber KD Wood Board FREE SHIP
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WALNUT CHERRY MAPLE THIN BOARDS LUMBER WOOD 3 1 2 x 12 1 2 x 1 4
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BLACK WALNUT 1 4x6x36 Thin Wood Lumber Board Scroll Craft S4S KILN DRY
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3 PACK SET Beautiful Black WALNUT Lumber Wood Air Dried 24 x 3 x 1 2
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Dried Hardwood lumber scraps Walnut Oak Maple Alder Cherry wood crafts turning
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BLACK WALNUT 1 4x4x24 Thin Wood Lumber Board Scroll Craft KILN DRY
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3 4 x 4 x 36 WALNUT Maple CHERRY Ash RED OAK Aspen Wood Lumber KD
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BLACK WALNUT 1 4x8x12 Thin Wood Lumber Board Scroll Craft Pack of 5 or 10
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27 PIECES WALNUT THIN BOARDS LUMBER WOOD CRAFTS 1 4 x 3 1 2 x 14
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50 THIN SANDED KILN DRIED BLACK WALNUT 12 X 3 X 1 8 LUMBER WOOD SCROLL SAW
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10 BOARD FEET KILN DRIED 4 4 BLACK WALNUT LUMBER WOOD
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BLACK WALNUT 1 4x7x12 Thin Wood Lumber Board Scroll Craft Pack of 5 or 10
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16 Pack 3 4x2x12 Black Walnut ASH Hard Maple BUTTERNUT Wood Cutting Lumber
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BLACK WALNUT 1 4x8x24 Thin Wood Lumber Board Scroll Craft KILN DRY
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Beautiful 12 Boards Of Black Walnut Lumber Dried Size 3 4x 2x 18 DIY Wood
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BLACK WALNUT 1 4x3x36 Thin Wood Lumber Board Scroll Craft S4S KILN DRY
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9 KILN DRIED THIN SANDED WALNUT CHERRY 12 X 3 X 1 4 LUMBER WOOD 18 PIECES
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BLACK WALNUT 1 4x7x36 Thin Wood Lumber Board Scroll Craft S4S KILN DRY
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2 Pack 3 4 x 3 x 16 or 24 or 36 BLACK WALNUT Hardwood Lumber KD Wood Boards
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24 MAPLE WALNUT OAK THIN BOARDS LUMBER WOOD SCROLL SAW 12x 3x 1 4
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12 BEAUTIFUL THIN KILN DRIED SANDED BLACK WALNUT 12 X 3 X 3 8 LUMBER WOOD
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10 Pack 3 4x16 EXOTIC PADAUK Black Walnut Hard Maple Wood Cutting Lumber Board
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16 THIN SANDED KILN DRIED BLACK WALNUT 12 X 3 X 1 8 LUMBER WOOD SCROLL SAW
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WALNUT CHERRY MAPLE THIN BOARDS LUMBER WOOD 3 1 2 x 24 x 1 4
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Live Edge Walnut Craft Wood Slab Wood Working Lumber Rustic Furniture 13W x 38L
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kiln dried walnut slab rustic natural live raw edge shelf lumber wood 1332
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2 PC WALNUT LUMBER WOOD KILN DRIED BOARDS LOT 639A 33 X 5 3 8 X 7 8
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27 PIECES WALNUT THIN BOARDS LUMBER WOOD CRAFTS 1 8 x 3 1 2 x 12 1 2
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Walnut wood Craft Wood Blocks Wood Working Lumber Stock Walnut 6 pieces
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Where I can get hickory or something similar in color?

I'm trying to build a jewelry box for my girlfriend to drown. Finished peel dovetails and chin As soon start or at the bottom and use of 1/4in plywood for the bottom only, and will be completed with felt on the lower anyway. The walnut wood use has a white stripe on the top and I for him to continue with the real top of the box. "I can get a white walnut or is a timber that has the same color? Maple is too white, I finished a piece of red oak as a test to see if it is similar. I finished the box with a Tung oil simple finish. Any help will be appreciated ps I have no hand tools because they are cheaper to use 🙂 nothing about expensive power tools please

walmarttt

Wood Floor terminology. Hardwood floors, Fairfax, Virginia

  • Adhesive: A substance capable of holding materials together by surface attachment. It is a general term that includes cement, mucilage and paste and glue.
  • Anisotropic: Exhibiting different properties when measured along different axes. In general, fibrous materials such as wood are anisotropic.
  • Balanced construction: constructed so that the forces induced by uniformly distributed changes in moisture content does not cause distortion. Symmetrical wooden building in which the grain of each layer is perpendicular to the layer is balanced construction.
  • bark pocket is an opening between the growth rings annual contains bark. Bark pockets appear as dark bands radial surfaces and as rounded areas on tangential surfaces.
  • Manga One element of the support structure for a load applied perpendicular to it.
  • Birdseye: small localized areas in wood with fibers indented and otherwise contorted to form few to many small circular or elliptical figures remotely resembling birds' eyes on the tangential surface. Sometimes in the sugar maple and used for decorative purposes, rare in other species hardwoods.
  • Blister: An increase may be caused by insufficient adhesive, improper drying time, temperature or pressure, or trapped water or solvent vapors.)
  • Board Foot: A unit of measurement of lumber represented by a council of 12 "long, 12 cm wide and 1 cm thick, or its equivalent cubes. In practice, calculating board feet of lumber 1 inch or more in thickness is based on the thickness and width and nominal the actual length. Wood with a thickness of less than 1 inch 1 inch is calculated
  • Bond: (1) The welding of materials by bonding. (2) join materials using an adhesive.
  • Adhesion: The unit load applied in tension, compression, flexural, impact, peel, cleavage, or shear required to break an adhesive assembly with failure occurring at or near the plane of the bond.
  • Bow Distortion timber in which there is a gap in a direction perpendicular to the flat face of a straight line from one end of the room.
  • Box Width: A beam constructed with solid wood flanges and plywood or Web products and wooden panels.
  • In the case of the heart: the term used when the bone lies entirely within the four sides of a piece of wood anywhere in its length. Also known is the marrow in the case.
  • Burl: (1) Following hard, woody plant a tree, more or less rounded in form, usually resulting entwined growth of a group of adventitious buds. These nodes are the source of the highly figured burl wood used for purely ornamental. (2) wood or veneer, a serious distortion usually localized grain rounded, usually resulting from the proliferation of dead branch stubs, one to several centimeters (half to several inches) diameter, which often includes one or more groups of several small contiguous conical protuberances, each usually has a core or marrow, but not quantity Significant _in grained tangential) that surrounds it.
  • Cambium: A thin layer of tissue between bark and wood that is subdivided into several opportunities to form new wood and bark cells.
  • Song: A newspaper that has been slabbed on one or more sides. In general Candidates are to resaw at right angles to their broadest face sawing. The term is used freely. (See Flitch)
  • Sealing: a state of stress and put in dry wood is characterized by a compressive stress in the outer layers and tensile stresses in the center or core.
  • Cell: A general term anatomical units of plant tissue, including wood fibers, vessel members, and other elements of the structure diversified and function.
  • Cellulose: The carbohydrate component is the principle of wood and offers a framework of wood cells.
  • Tickets: Separation along the wood normally extends through the rings of annual growth, often the result of constraints introduced in the wood during drying.
  • Cohesion The state in which the components of the mass of material held together by chemical and physical forces.
  • Lack of understanding: deformation of wood fibers as a result of excessive compression along the grain, either live or final compression bending. It can grow in trees because bending by wind or snow or internal longitudinal stresses developed in growth, or may result from constraints imposed by the tree is cut. In the wood surface, defects may appear as compression wrinkles on the face of the coin.
  • Corbel: A projection of facing a wall or column supporting a weight.
  • Crook: The distortion of lumber in which there is a gap in a direction perpendicular to the edge of a straight line from across the room.
  • Decay: The decomposition of wood substance by fungi.
    Advanced (Typical) Decay: The stage of decomposition in more that destruction is easily recognized because the wood has become punky, soft and spongy, fibrous, ringshaked, pitted or crumbly. Decided discoloration laundering or rotten wood is often apparent.
  • Brown rot: wood, one deterioration of the attack focuses on cellulose hydrate associated carbon rather than lignin, producing a light to dark brown friable residue - so vaguely called "rot dry. "An advanced stage where the timber is divided into rectangular flat contraction, which is called" dry rot. "
  • a misnomer for a decrease, since all fungi require moisture for significant growth.

  • incipient disintegration: The initial phase of decomposition which has not advanced sufficiently to soften or significantly impair the hardness of the wood. Usually accompanied by a slight discoloration or bleaching.
  • Heart Rot: The limits functionality to heartwood decay. It usually comes from the tree of life.
  • Pocket Rot: serious cavities appears as a hole or pocket, usually surrounded by apparently sound wood.
  • Soft Rot: A particular type of decline in development in very wet conditions (as in cooling towers and wood boat) in the outer layers of wood, caused by the destruction of microscopic fungi that attack the cellulose in the secondary wall and not the intercellular layer.
  • White Rot: Wood, deterioration or rot attacking both the cellulose and lignin, producing a white residue may be general spongy or stringy rot, or as pocket rot.
  • Delamination: The separation of layers of laminated wood or plywood because of failure the adhesive, either within the adhesive itself or at the interface between the adhesive and the adhesive surface.
  • Density: It is generally applied to the wood of normal cellular form, density is mass per unit cubic meter, or grams per cubic centimeter at a specified moisture content.
  • Dewpoint: The temperature at which a vapor begins to deposit under liquid. This applies especially to water in the atmosphere.
  • In early wood: The portion of the ring formed growth during the first part of the growing season. Usually, less dense and weaker mechanically than latewood. Also known as Springwood.
  • Equilibrium moisture content: The moisture content of wood in which neither gains nor loses moisture when surrounded by air relative humidity and temperature.
  • fiber saturation point: The stage in drying or wetting wood at which cell walls are saturated and the cell cavities without water. It applies to a cell or group of cells, not the joint meetings. It is generally considered about 30% moisture by weight on oven-dry.
  • Figure: The model produces a wood surface by annual growth rings, rays, knots, deviations from regular grain such as interlocked and wavy, and staining irregular.
  • Filling: In woodworking, any substance used to fill gaps and irregularities in planed or sanded surfaces to reduce the porosity of the surface before applying coatings. Applied to adhesives, a relatively non-adhesive substance added to an adhesive to improve its working properties, strength or other qualities.
  • Finish (Finish): (1) Products wood such as doors, stairs and other work required to complete either a building of the Interior together. (2) coats of paint, varnish, lacquer, wax or similar material happened to wood surfaces to protect and improve their durability or appearance.
  • Cola: In the beginning a hard gelatin comes from skins, tendons, cartilage, bone, etc., animals. In addition, an adhesive prepared from this substance in hot water. Grace the general use of the term is now synonymous with the term "gang".
  • Quality: The quality of a piece designation wood or manufactured logs.
  • Grain: The direction, size, appearance, arrangement or quality of wood fibers or wood. In effect specific term should be qualified.
  • In fine-grained (fine grain) wood: wood with narrow rings, Discrete yearly. The term is sometimes used to designate wood with small and closely spaced pores, but in this sense, the term "fine textured" is used more frequently.
  • wood grosgrain: wood with wide growth rings visible in which there is a considerable difference between earlywood and latewood. The term sometimes used to designate wood with large pores such as oak, Keruing, Meranti, and walnut, but in this sense, the term "open-grain" is used more frequently.
  • Wood Cross Grain: The wood in which the fibers deviate from a line parallel to the sides of the room. Cross grain may be diagonal or spiral grain or a combination of both.
  • Curly grain of the wood: The wood in which the fibers are distorted so that the rough appearance, like a bird "Wood. Areas showing curly grain may vary up to several inches in diameter.
  • Diagonal wood grain wood, in which annual cycles form an angle with the axis of part a result of the cut at an angle with the bark or trunk. A form of grain of the Cross.
  • grain boundaries of wood timber that was cut so that large surfaces extend approximately at right angles to the rings of annual growth. Wood is considered the limit of the grain when it rings at an angle 45 ° to 90 ° from the surface of the finished piece.
  • Wood End Grain: grain as shown in a cut at right angles to the direction of the fibers (for example, in a cross section of a tree).
  • the fiddleback wood grain: the figure produced by a type of curly fine, for example, species such as maple, the wood traditionally used for backs of violins.
  • Romano beans (flat cut) wood: wood was sawed in parallel bone marrow and approximately tangent to the growth rings. Wood is considered flat grained when the annual growth rings form an angle of less than 45 ° with the surface of the workpiece.
  • Interlocking grain wood grains in which fibers used for several years may slope in the right direction, then several years invested in a slope towards the left hand, then return to a step in the right hand, and so on. This wood is very hard divided radially, but tangentially can divide fairly easily.
  • Open the wood grain: common classification for woods with large pores such as oak, Keruing, Meranti, and walnut. Also known as "coarse."
  • Plainsawn Wood: Another term for timber slab.
  • Quartersawn Wood: Another term for wood grain edge.
  • grain side Wood: Another term for timber slab.
  • wood grain Slash: Another term for the year flat grain.
  • Spiral grain Wood: The wood in which the fibers follow a spiral course on the trunk of a tree instead the normal vertical. The spiral may extend to the right and Left alone in the direction around the tree trunk. Spiral grain is a grain shape of the Cross.
  • Fiber Straight Wood: The wood in which the fibers are parallel to the axis of a piece.
  • Vertical Wood Grain: Another term for wood grain edge.
  • Wavy Grain of wood: Wood in which the fibers collectively in the form of waves or ripples.
  • Green: Simply sawn or undried wood. Wood has become completely Wet after immersion in water would not be considered green, but can be said in the statement "green."
  • Growth Ring: The layer of wood growth put on a tree during a growing season. In the temperate zone, the annual growth rings of many species (for such as oaks and pines) are easily distinguishable because of differences in the cells formed at the beginning and end of season. In some regions, species temperate gum (black and sweet gum) and many tropical species are the rings of annual growth will recognize easily.
  • Hardness A property of wood that allows it to resist indentation.
  • Hardwoods: Usually one of the botanical groups of trees that have vessels or pores and broad leaves, in contrast to conifer or softwoods. The term does not refer to the actual hardness of wood.
  • Wood: The wood extending from the pith to the sapwood, the cells no longer participate in the life processes of the tree. Heartwood may contain compounds phenolics, rubbers, resins and other materials that usually make more cavities darker and more durable than sapwood.
  • Isotropic: Exhibiting the same properties in all directions.
  • Mixed: the union of two pieces of wood or plate.
  • Bondline: The place where you make two surfaces to be bonded with a layer of glue.
  • Butt Set: a set comprising the final ends adjacent to Instead of the two parties.
  • Edge Joint: A joint mission by the point of joining two pieces of wood on board, usually paste. To make the assembly two pieces of wood together to end, usually in the game late.
  • Finger Joint: A final series consists of several parts mesh or fingers of wood bonded together with glue. The fingers are bent and can be cut parallel to the face is wide or narrow room.
  • Width: A series of parallel beams used to support floor and ceiling loads and supported in turn by larger beams, girders or walls.
  • Four: a camera to air flow, temperature and relative humidity for drying wood. Increasing temperature drying progresses and the relative humidity decreases.
  • Node: The part of a branch or a member has been surrounded the subsequent growth of the mother. The shape of the knot as it appears on a cut surface depends on the angle of the cut longitudinal axis of the node.
  • Encased Knot: a knot whose rings of annual growth are not Homegrown things with wood in the vicinity.
  • Inter-grown Knot: a knot whose rings of annual growth are completely grown up with the surrounding wood.
  • loose knot: a knot that is not held firmly in place by growth or position and can not be relied on to stay in place.
  • Pine Knot: A knot that is only 12 mm (1 / 2 inches) diameter.
  • Sound Knot: A knot that is solid across its face, at least as hard as the surrounding wood and shows no sign of decline.
  • Spike Knot: A knot cut approximately parallel to the longitudinal axis so that the exposed section is definitely elongated.
  • Laminate: A product manufactured by the union of two or more layers (layers) of equipment or materials.
    Laminated timber: A montage of layered link or wood veneer with an adhesive so that the grain of all layers is substantially parallel.
  • Latewood: part of the growth ring formed after the earlywood formation has ceased. In general, denser and stronger than the earlywood. (Also known as wood in summer.)
  • Wood: The product of the length and consistency. The wood can be made from softwood or hardwood. (See also wood dimension.)
  • Tip: Wood is less than 38 mm standard (nominal 2 inch) thick and over 38 mm standard (nominal 2 inch) wide. Rooms less Standard 140 mm (6 in. nominal) wide, sometimes called bands.
  • Dimensions: in wood with a standard thickness of 38mm (2 "nominal) excluding the standard 114 mm (2 inches nominal).
  • Dress Size: The size of the timber after having been covered with a planning machine. Size is usually dressed ½ to ¾ inch below the nominal or rough size. A 2-for-4 in the amount, for example, actually measures about 1 ½ 3 ½ inches (standard 38-by-89 mm).
  • Factory Shop and the wood: the wood to be cut for use in manufacturing. It is classified in the percentage of the area that will produce a limited number of courts with a minimum size and quality.
  • Assorted wood: Lumber that is shaped dressed edge and a close union with tongued and grooved into the sides or ends when laid edge to edge or end end.
  • Nominal Size: As applied to wood or wood, the size is known and sold on the market (often differs from actual size).
  • Wood model: wood in the shape of a pattern or molded form in addition to being dressed, couplets, or shiplapped, or any combination these tasks.
  • Raw wood: wood that has not been dressed (surface), but has been cut, edged and trimmed.
  • Planed Wood: Wood is dressed in a traveling brush.
  • Wood: Wood is standard 114 mm (nominal 5 in.) or more in at least dimension. Wood can be used as beams, joists, posts, caps, frames, beams or straps.
  • Filler: A material properties of adhesive is usually used in relatively thick sections that can be easily applied by extrusion, trowel, or spatula. (See Adhesive.)
  • joinery items: planed and reasons for finishing work in the building, including items such as sheets, doors, cornices, ceilings coffered, and other interior or exterior. Do not include floor, ceiling or lining.
  • Mineral Streak: Discoloration olive green-black or brown because determined not hardwood.
  • Water content: The amount of water contained in the wood, usually expressed as a percentage of dry weight of wood.
  • Molding: A wood strip with a curved surface or projection used decorative purposes.
  • Mortise: A slot in a table, a table, or wood to form a seal.
  • Naval Stores: A term applied to oils, resins, tar, and land from the oleoresin contained in the exudate by or extracted from trees, mainly pine species (genus Pinus). Historically, these are important elements in the stores wooden sailing ships.
  • Old forests: wood or mature forest, established naturally. When the trees have grown during most if not all of their individual lives in a competition to work with colleagues in the light and humidity, the wood is generally straight and relatively free of knots.
  • Anhydrous wood: the wood is dried to a constant weight on in a ventilated oven at 102 ° C to 105 ° C (215 ° F to 220 ° F).
  • Radial short cells with simple pits and operation mainly in the metabolism and storage of food products from the factory. They remain alive more than tracheids, fibers and vessel elements, sometimes for many years. There two types of parenchyma cells are recognized - the vertical lines, more particularly known as axial parenchyma, and the series Horizontal lightning, and known as parenchyma.
  • Battery: A long, solid wood, round or square, which is deeply buried in the ground provide a reliable basis for structures built on soft, wet or submerged sites (for example, batteries or bridge abutments).
  • Pocket Size: Opening extends parallel to the annual growth rings that contains or has contained, pitch, solid or liquid.
  • Striped Pitch: an accumulation or collection of pitch in a chain of more or less regular in the wood of certain conifers.
  • Bone: occurring small, soft base near the center of a log tree, branch, twig, or trunk.
  • Plank: A board width, thickness established with its large horizontal dimensions and used as a support surface.
  • Plywood: A panel composed of laminated wood of relatively thin layers of veneer with the grain of adjacent layers to right angle, or a combination of sheet with a core of wood or reconstituted wood. The buildings usually have an odd number of layers.
  • Psychrometer: An instrument for measuring the amount of water vapor in the atmosphere. It was a little dry and wet bulb thermometer. The bulb of the thermometer Wet is wet and therefore is cooled by evaporation at a temperature lower than shown by the dry bulb. Because evaporation is more high in dry air, the difference between the two thermometer readings will be higher when the air is dry when wet.
  • Radial: Coinciding with a radius of the axis of the shaft or entry to the circumference. A radial section is a longitudinal section in a plane that passes through the axis trunk.
  • Servant Grain: A state of the rough surface of dressed lumber in which the hard latewood raised above the timber infancy but it is clear him.
  • Ray Wood: bands of cells extending radially within a tree and varying in height from a few cells of some species to 4 oak or more inches. The rays serve primarily to store food and transport in a horizontal position in the tree. oak area, the rays form a visible figure, sometimes called spots.
  • Humidity: relationship between the amount of water vapor in the air to remain in the air saturation at the same temperature. It is generally considered on the basis of weight of steam, but accuracy, should be considered on the basis of vapor pressures.
  • Resin: (1) solid semi-solid or pseudo solid resin - an organic material that tends to flow under stress, in general has a softening or melting broad and generally entertaining Concho fractures. (2) resin liquid - a liquid organic polymer which, when is converted to its final state of use, becomes in a resin.
  • Resin ducts: Intercellular passages that contain materials softwood and transmit. In a cutting surface are generally discreet. Can extend vertically parallel to the axis of the tree or at right angles to the axis and parallel to the rays.
  • Ring Error: The separation of wood during drying occurs along the grain and parallel to the growth rings. (See Shake.)
  • Porous Woods: A group of hardwoods in which the pores are relatively high at the beginning of each annual cycle and decrease in size more or less abruptly toward the outside of the ring, forming a different area in the pores, known as the timber spring, and an outer zone with smaller pores, known as the latewood.
  • Rip: To cut length parallel to the grain.
  • Sapwood: The wood of pale color near the outside of the box. In most conditions the sapwood is more susceptible to decay than heartwood.
  • Sierra Court: (1) grooves or notches made in cutting with a saw. (2) The part of a trunk, wood or other piece of wood removed by the saw in the material starting in two pieces.
  • Seasoning: Removing moisture from green wood to improve its service.
  • Air dry: dry when exposed to air in a yard or shed without artificial heat.
  • Kiln-dried: dried in an oven to use of artificial heat.
  • Second growth: the wood that grew up after the abduction, or by cutting, fire, wind or other body of all or a substantial part of the position.
  • Shake: A separation along the grain, most of which occurs between the rings of annual growth. Generally regarded as having taken place in the standing tree or during felling.
  • Softwoods: Generally, one botanical groups of trees which have no ships and in most cases, have leaves like needles or scale, conifers, also wood produced by trees. The term does not refer to the actual hardness of wood.
  • Coloring: wood discoloration can be caused by these organisms as diverse as micro-organisms, metals or chemicals. The term also applies to materials used to give color to the wood.
  • Strength: (1) The ability of a member to sustain stress without failure. (2) a specific test mode, the maximum stress sustained by a member loaded to failure.
  • Raito Force: The relationship of force hypothesis of a structural element, if it would not have the characteristics of the force reduction (Such as knots, slope of grain, shake).
  • Lumber: wood pieces of relatively large size, strength or stiffness of the is the controlling factor in their selection and use. Examples are timber trestle beams (stringers, caps, columns, beams, bracing, bridge ties, guardrails), the wooden car (chassis, not the executive, car bodies), the preparation for construction (Columns, beams, girders), the wooden ship (wood ship, the decks of ships), and arms crossed poles.
  • Substrate: surface material on which broadcasts containing an adhesive substance for any purpose, such as bonding or coating.
  • Tack: The property of an adhesive which allows you to form a measurable bond strength immediately after adhesive and adherent are brought into contact under low pressure.
  • Texture: A term often used interchangeably with grain. Sometimes used to combine the concepts of density and degree of contrast between earlywood and latewood. In this manual, texture refers to the fine structure of wood (see grain) instead of rings.
  • Wood, roundwood used in the original round shape, as poles, piling, posts and beams in the mines.
  • Wood Standing: Wood still on the stump.
  • Trim: The finish materials in a building, such as moldings, applied around openings (windows, door trim strips) or on the floor and ceiling of rooms (baseboard, cornice, etc..)
  • Twist: A distortion caused by the turning or winding of the edges of a board of directors to the four corners of a face are no longer in the same plane.
  • vapor barrier: A material high resistance to vapor movement, such as paper, plastic film or coated paper which is specially used in combination with insulation condensation control.
  • Veneer: A thin layer or sheet of wood.
    Rotary Cut Veneer: plating in a tower that turns a newspaper or a bolt, located in the center, before a knife.
  • Sawing: sheet produced by sawing.
  • leaf: leaf which is cut from a log, bolt or contact with a knife.
  • Virgin growth: growth of mature trees in the forest of origin.
  • Fade: Bark or lack of wood from any cause at the edge or corner of a room except the edges of relief.
  • Warp Any variation of the truth or flat surface. Warp includes bow, thief, cup and twist, or any combination thereof.
  • Waterproof: a liquid that penetrates in the wood which retards changes in moisture content and dimensions of dry wood without adversely modify desirable properties.
  • Conservation of water repellent: a water repellent that contains a preservative that, when applied to wood and drying or chemical disintegration and discoloration of the wood surface caused by exposure to light, the action of dust and sand carried by the wind, and the alternate contraction and expansion of area fibers with a continuous variation of moisture content brought by climate change. Aging does not include the decline.

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