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Veneer cutting and drying properties of tupelo.

Veneer cutting and drying properties of tupelo.

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory in Madison, Wis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Veneers and veneering.,
  • Lumber -- Drying.,
  • Tupelo.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesU.S. Forest Service research note FPL -- 017.
    ContributionsForest Products Laboratory (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[5] p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16124549M

    Lumber and Plywood at WOODWEB's Knowledge Base. Find articles on what old growth means, processing trees to lumber, sawing utility poles, chip-free dovetailing in plywood, flattening boards with a planer, the sustainable chain of custody, converting board foot to lineal foot pricing, and much more. Water Tupelo trees have tapered trunks that swell out to a larger base, giving it stability in wet soils and swamps. This swollen base lends itself well to harvesting for carving blanks. Tupelo is a favored wood for wildfowl carvings.

    Tupelo wood is moderately heavy, moderately strong, moderately hard and stiff, and moderately high in shock resistance. Buttresses of trees growing in swamps or flooded areas contain wood that is much lighter in weight than that from upper portions of the same trees. Because of interlocked grain, tupelo lumber requires care in drying. The comments below were added after this Forum discussion was archived as a Knowledge Base article (add your comment).Comment from contributor B: The piece of wood looks exactly like the Southern Magnolia below that was cut north of Atlanta, GA in Acworth a few months ago (June).

    For eye pattern, a cut paralleling the tree trunk will display eyes, while a cut perpendicular to the trunk will display radial lines (below). Cut slabs at least 1 ⁄ 4" thicker than your desired final thickness to allow for shrinking and distortion during drying. Seal the end-grain sections of your slabbed burl and allow to dry indoors for. based on the final moisture content of dry wood veneer sheets in real time. Patrick Dronsky, is general manager of operations at Westmill Industries Limited, a leading veneer drying technology company with offices in Canada and the U.S. The company can be contacted toll free at


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VENEER CUTTING AND DRYING PROPERTIES TUPELO 1 There are three commercially important tupelo species: Water tupelo (Nyssa aquatica), black tupelo (N. sylvatica), and swamp tupelo (N.

sylvatica var. biflora). Water tupelo and swamp tupelo, as the names indicate, are water-loving trees and grow principally in the. Veneer Cutting and Drying Properties of Tupelo - Ebook written by.

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Open Library. Abstract "October "Caption es bibliographical of access: InternetAuthor: Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.). Conveying and clipping veneer ^^ Veneer drying '^^ Quality control '^^ Veneer yields and volume needed for a plant 87 Veneer yields (rotary cutting) 87 Veneer yields (sliced) 87 Volume of timber needed to set up a veneer plant 88 Literature cited 89 Appendix I—Nomenclature of wood species and veneer 91 Appendix II—Physical properties of U.S.

PROPERTIES Care is needed when drying to avoid warping and twisting because of the treeâ s interlocked grain, which also makes wood difficult to split and nail. The tupelo wood cut for veneer. veneer grade. No low-density swollen butts were included.

An 8-foot length of five logs from each of the two spe­ cies was used as material for veneer-cutting studies reported elsewhere.6 Soon after the logs were received at the Laboratory, a variety of items 6 The Rotary Veneer Cutting and Drying Properties of Tupelo. VENEER CUTTING AND DRYING PROPERTIES VENEER CUTTING AND DRYING PROPERTIES TAMARACK Tamarack or eastern larch (Larix laricina) (Du Roi) K.

Koch (11)1" is a small to moderate size softwood tree growing in the northeastern United States as far south as West Virginia, the Lake States, Alaska, and much of Canada W. Tupelo is used for lumber, veneer, pulpwood, and to some extent for railway ties and slack cooperage.

Utilized primarily for shipping containers and interior parts of furniture, the lumber is also used for crate and basket veneers, box shooks, rollers, mallets, rough floors, mine timbers, and fuel. VENEER DRYING (continued) Title Author Publication and date Cutting and drying properties of redwood veneer.

Lutz, J. Veneers and Plywood 67(8):, Aug. Beech for veneer and ply- wood. While a log used for solid lumber is cut into thick pieces, usually no thinner than 1/8 of an inch (3 mm), veneers are cut as thin as 1/40 of an inch ( mm).

Depending on the cutting process used by the veneer manufacturer, very little wood is wasted by the saw blade thickness, known as the saw kerf. Tupelo has an interlocking grain and the growth rings are inconspicuous to the naked eye. The lumber is a very fine-textured wood and is very desirable for wood carvers, interior millwork, interior parts of furniture and industrial uses.

Tupelo's sapwood is white to grayish white with a somewhat brownish gray heartwood. View Tupelo Lumber. The spiral down-cutting action presses the veneer (and $ $ - On Sale - Veneer Scraper for Backed Veneers.

Despite what some authors have written online and in certain veneering books, most blue painter's tapes are not inherently elastic. That's fine for pre-taping a veneer seam if the veneer edges lines up perfectly, but often.

Tupelo Public Deposited. Book; Date Available: T+; Date Issued: ; Subject: Veneers and veneering -- Drying; Veneer cutting and drying properties; Relationships Parents: This work has no parents. Items. Thumbnail Title Date Uploaded Visibility Actions.

Veneer drying and sorting in a nutshell-Veneers are sorted into different face and core veneers and their subclasses -After drying, the moisture level of veneer is 6–7%-3/7 shifts with approx. 30 people-4 roller dryers–60% of the mill’s power plant’s heat production used for drying.

Modeling Drying Time during Veneer Drying and Comparison with Experimental Study Ms. Aye Aye Thant1, San Yee2, Than Htike3 Abstract— Veneer drying is an important process in manufacturing of plywood and laminated veneer lumber. In order to understand and to improve the veneer drying, a mathematical model was developed.

Wood Veneer in Tupelo on See reviews, photos, directions, phone numbers and more for the best Plywood & Veneers in Tupelo, MS. Excessive drying can cause some drying defects, including the resin exudates, collapse, checks, splits, warps, casehardening, staining, etc., and strength loss in structural wood may occur if it is dried to excessively low moisture contents.

Formaldehyde release from plywood panels as a function of veneer moisture content. Tupelo / ˈ t uː p ɪ l oʊ /, genus Nyssa / ˈ n ɪ s ə /, is a small genus of deciduous trees with alternate, simple leaves. It is sometimes included in the subfamily Nyssoideae of the dogwood family, Cornaceae, but is placed by other authorities in the family Nyssaceae.

In the APG IV system, it is placed in Nyssaceae. Most Nyssa species are highly tolerant of wet soils and flooding, and. log debarking and bucking, heating the logs, peeling the logs into veneers, drying the veneers, gluing the veneers together, pressing the veneers in a hot press, plywood cutting, and other finishing processes such as sanding.

Figure provides a generic process flow diagram for a plywood mill. (Actual: x x ) White Pine Pine Veneer Edging. Item # Model #EMWP.> Hardwoods > Meliaceae > Aglaia > spectabilis Common Name(s): Amoora, aglaia, bekak, goji nui Scientific Name: (syn.

Aglaia gigantea) Distribution: Southeast Asia and Pacific Islands Tree Size: ft ( m) tall, ft ( m) trunk diameter Average Dried Weight: lbs/ft3 ( kg/m3) Specific Gravity (Basic, 12% MC), Janka Hardness: .soils, but it also grows on dry upland sites.

It can be associated with numerous hardwood and softwood species. Swamp black gum grows in southern swamps and is probably the source of most black gum lumber produced. Water tupelo (Nyssa aquatica L.) is a large tree with a buttressed base and grows in deep water swamps with cypress.