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Transcript: Indigenous to Indonesia, India, and Central America, teak is a high-quality yellow to dark-brown hardwood. It’s generally straight-grained with a coarse, uneven texture and an oily feel. Teak ranges from yellow-brown to dark golden-brown in colour. Noted for its heaviness and durability, it was originally used for shipbuilding and is now often used for high-calibre outdoor furniture and decking. This is a very light-coloured medium-to-hard wood, abundant in the eastern United States. Known for its shock resistance, maple has diffused, evenly-sized pores that give the wood a fine texture and an even grain. Eastern maples are generally harder than western maples, due to the colder winters and shorter growing seasons. Both are highly durable and take any stain well. Maple can be finished to resemble walnut, cherry, or other more expensive hardwoods. Ebony (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr Teak (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Pine is softwood that grows in many varieties in various parts of the world. In the U.S., Eastern White Pine, Ponderosa Pine, and Sugar Pine are some of the types used to make furniture Pine is Usually light-yellow in colour, the wood has a broadly spaced striation pattern. It’s ideal for children’s rooms, family rooms, beach cottages found primarily in northeast U.S. and Canada, beech is a heavy, pale-colored, medium-to-hard wood used widely for chairs and stools. It has a fine, tight grain and large medullar rays, similar in appearance to maple or birch woods. Beechwood has a high shock resistance and takes stains well. Peak Mahogany Research PINE (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Beech Maple Our Project Wood Types (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr Beech Maple Mahogany A tropical medium-to-hard wood indigenous to South America, Central America, and Africa, mahogany’s strength makes it an excellent carving wood. It has a uniform pore structure, a medium grain, and less defined annual rings. Mahogany ranges from tan to reddish-brown in colour, and may display stripe, ribbon, rope, ripple, or blister figures. Its stability and resistance to decay makes the wood ideal for high-quality cabinetry and furniture. Brainstorm

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Transcript: Terminologies. wood as a means for building, for construction, and for designing. Wood as a material. Commonly used woods. Engineered woods. both veneered and solid wood construction are good ways in which to make exceptional furniture Assembling manufacturing process of furniture is a assemble of components into finished goods. There some possibility component needs to be assembled before finishing, and there are only assembled after finishing. . From all manufacturing process of furniture, assembling is the relative long process and difficult. HOW IT'S MADE! PART TOW Bending Wood Seasoning by using salvaged wood pieces and filling in the damaged areas with eco-resin AMANI AL.HAJJI THANA AL.OBIDAN NAJED AL.BAGAWE Plywood is a very strong manufactured wood as it is build-up of layers of wood veneers which are bonded together to create a flat smooth sheet of woodIt is a board having a core made up of strips of wood usually 8 cm wide each laid separately or glued or otherwise joined to form a slab . Chipboard is a manufactured wood, made from wood chips and shavings that are bonded together with resin HOW IT'S MADE! Main Physical Characteristics Of Wood STEP6 STEP2 Wood. stack laminated 3.Apply contact cement to the veneer. 3.Apply the white glue to the edge or joint of your piece with a small paintbrush stack lamination 1-Choosing Your Materials 8.Clamp for at least two hours, but give most projects overnight to cure TIMBER GLOSS STEP5 Before put in kiln dry, panel and block wood be placed first in outdoor in order moisture content will evaporate because of outdoor temperature. In order quality wood kept, at least 1 week after sawmill, the wood must be 5.Place the wood between two scrap pieces of wood is a hardwood and is known for its strength, straight grain and its rich chocolate brown colour, however lighter shades are available. Walnut can be a very versatile wood, offering a range of shades and grains to complement your décor Natural Seasoning Two types OF solid wood, 7.Screw the clamps into place and allow excess glue to press out. Planing & drilling process 4.Allow for tack time The Wood Chair is a good example of Marc’s desire to push the limits of the material and consists of slatted beech wood strips steam bent to form a 'double curve' or 'alpha'shape PART ONE AND TECHNIQUE USED IN WOOD Wood. Veneering BY:designers at Manufract veneer |vineer| noun a thin decorative covering of fine wood applied to a coarser wood or other material. • a layer of wood used to make plywood. The drying process is the last manufacturing process of furniture. It is a process of layering wood surface with purpose to make beautiful and also protect furniture from insect attach or moisture air.Some type of furniture, finishing process easier be done before furniture be assembled. Wood fiber + Polyurethane Epoxy Resin+ Cartoon is required for carving; framing a dresser, chest or entertainment center; and for posts or legs that support furniture PINE Walnut thicknesses: 6.5 /9 /12 /15 /18 /21 /24/27 /30 / 35 / 40 / 45 / 50mm softwood |sôft-woŏd| noun - the wood from a conifer (such as pine, fir, or spruce). TRADTIONAL WOOD TECHNIQUES STEP1 are a better choice when using rare or expensive woods, especially to achieve matching grain patterns . excellent choice for shapes like curved drawer fronts or where you need to use thin pieces of wood that have great strength filling with eco-resin with specific heating system is a process in order to reduce the moisture content on the wood about 12 to 15%. All kinds of wood must be dried. Soft wood will easy crack in the process of drying quickly. Kiln dry process need 2 until 4 weeks, depend on specify of wood, panels thick, and room dry capacity. Good dry method is use the right equipment. It can minimize the risk of being broken and warped wood. This proses is the important manufacturing process of furniture hardwood |härd-woŏd| noun - the wood from a broad-leaved tree (such as oak, ash, or beech). Strength and Durability Appearance Sustainability Easy maintenance Suitable for all areas in the home Great for the outdoors Choice: traditional and modern designs Value for money in the long-term. Eco Friendly Flexibility in use and manufacture timber |timber| noun wood prepared for use in building and carpentry His bold and graceful pieces, often organic, and sometimes whimsical, are crafted from rare and beautiful hardwoods His expression of color and exotic materials are synonymous with the Wendell Castle name most significant design innovation: his stack laminated furniture made from a cluster of surreal, plant-like forms Using electrical method, humidity is determined by electrical moisture gauge. First method advantage - is an accuracy, second - is a quickness. REFERENCES 2.Purchase a white, polyvinyl acetate glue bio-resin is the choice to finish these recycled pieces. “Inspired by the self-healing process of trees and we created a new and unique design. If a tree gets injured, it

Wood Presentation

Transcript: What is wood? U S E S P R O P E R T I E S Soft Wood European Larch (Larix decidua) This is a conifer. It looks like a Christmas tree - 60-70 ft. Tall - It likes to have full sun Wood is the dead xylem cells in trees that help transport water to the leaves and the live phloem cells that transport sugar to the roots so that they can grow There are two types of wood - Hardwood and Softwood USES Fine furniture, tool handles, carving, mallet heads Where P R O P E R T I E S - One of the first trees to be USED for its timber. - fencing, gates and garden furniture. C O S T This tree is most commonly found in North America and some of Ireland References This is deciduous tree that produces fruit. C O S T W H E R E Wood Presentation $10-12 per board foot This wood is rarely used for lumber so it is extremely expensive Hardwood Apple wood (Malus Sylvestris) - pale brown sapwood and a red-brown heartwood. - hard and resistant to rot. - distinct odor when being worked. Larch: $1.10 per board feet - has a sweet scent while being worked. - can be difficult to work due to its high density - can burn easily when being machined. - glues, stains, and finishes good. - Only deciduous tree native to central Europe - It was introduced to Britain around the 17th century.

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