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WOOD DOORS Joe Meinert Period 4
DOORS Open/Close Swings, Slides, or Rotates Act as barriers Aesthetics
History Paintings on Egyptian tombs Single or double doors Single piece of wood
Wood Veneers Made with wood veneers Thin sliced pieces of wood Glued onto a main panel
Advantages Expands amount of usable wood Financial gain Lighter, easier to handle
Production Cut as thin as 1/40 of an inch from the trunk/logs No wood is wasted, increasing yield greatly
Construction Wood veneer glued to face of main portion
Ash Trees are extensively used to make wooden doors and veneers
Fraxinus Common name, Ash Tree Medium to large sized Flowering species Leaves are opposite and mostly pinnately compounded
WHY? Hardwood Dense Tough Strong but elastic
Interesting Fact Emerald Ash Borer
Where to Purchase
Synthetic/Alternatives to wood doors
Woods and Processes Theory. Knowledge and Understanding.
Starter – Define the following words using your textbook: Pulpwood Hardwood Conifers Evergreen Deciduous Softwood Veneer Forest Silviculture.
Building materials-- WOOD Wood grows on trees. But the kind of trees determines the kind of wood. There are two basic types- hard wood and soft wood.
TEAGAN FORTUNE WOOD VENEER. HISTORY Veneers have been around for more than 4,000 years Originated in Egypt Logs were sawed into thin boards 19 th Century.
White White Ash “Autumn Purple” ( Fraxinus Americana)
WINDOWS DOORS FACADE STAIRS. The samples of our products.
1.A. Softwood: Comes from evergreen trees, also called “conifers”. B. Hardwood: Comes from broadleaf trees, also known as “deciduous”.
Copyright © 2009 Delmar, Cengage Learning Chapter 11 Veneer.
Chapter One Introduction To Cabinetmaking Pg
© Boardworks Ltd of 22 Resistant Materials Woods These icons indicate that teacher’s notes or useful web addresses are available in the Notes Page.
Largest Region Largest Region Produces largest amount of pulpwood Produces largest amount of pulpwood.
© Boardworks Ltd of 22 The bark retains moisture in the body of the tree. It also protects the tree from the weather and prevents insect infestation.
Selecting Lumber. Interest Approach Look at the piece of wood you are given. Write down as many observations as possible. Look at the piece of wood you.
HERB Jasmine: It is herb. Which live short life. Height of these tress are less than other.
Selecting Wood and Lumber Mr. Rodriguez Ag Mechanics.
SELECTING WOOD & LUMBER Mandi Bañales April 2001 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.
1 Woods (RWTRM pages 46 – 54) Types of Materials Wood is a hard, tough substance that forms the trunks of trees. It has been used for thousands of years.
What you should know about Wood. Comparison of Hardwood & Softwood HardwoodSoftwood DefinitionComes from angiosperm trees that are not monocots; trees.
Is It An Ash Tree? Ohio State University Extension.
Simple & Compound Machines: By: Mr. Manning. What is a Machine again…? A machine is a device that helps make work easier. A machine makes work easier.
Remember what you need to know › Describe the aesthetic, functional and mechanical properties of..... You will need to answer questions where you apply.
Question of the Day 10/14 Draw a compound pinnate leaf. Draw a compound pinnate leaf. Draw an opposite leaf arrangement. Draw an opposite leaf arrangement.
DOF and Citizens Associations Management plans for common area trees Educational programs – environmental, tree benefits and tree care Newsletter content.
Introduction Trees are a renewable resource Numerous environmental, economic, and cultural benefits Improve our quality of life.
Chapter 8 Wood and Wood Products. Objectives After reading the chapter and reviewing the materials presented the students will be able to: Distinguish.
Emerald Ash Borer: The Basics Jodie Ellis Department of Entomology Purdue University.
Chapter 16 Processes Used to Form WoodMaterials. Objectives Two basic wood forming processes: bonding and bending. Composition boards: hardboard, insulation.
Identifying Forest Products and Uses. Next Generation Science/Common Core Standards Addressed! HSS ‐ IC.A.1 Understand statistics as a process for making.
Hardwoods & Softwoods Beech Oak Ash Mahogany Teak Walnut Balsa Parana Pine Scots Pine Red Cedar Spruce.
European Oak Oak is very strong, heavy, tough and durable. It has a good finish but contains tannic acid which corrodes iron and steel. Can you name some.
Ash-tree. Few words about the Ash-tree… Ash trees are medium to large trees of the genus fraxinus of the family Oleaceae (Olive-tree like). The family.
Copyright © 2009 Delmar, Cengage Learning Chapter 9 Wood.
Members: Richard De Agrela Beatriz Gamero Irina Lugo.
Woodharbor Doors & Cabinetry is a registered provider with the American Institute of Architects Continuing Education Systems. Credit earned on completion.
Lumber Section II. Lumber Structural Strength Depends on species and grade, and the direction in which the load is acting with respect to grain of the.
Chapter 13 Manufactured Panel Products. Wildly used to create large surfaces for case goods – Reduces the need for edge gluing – More stable than Warp.
Residential Construction Residential Doors *Source: (1) Carpentry & Building Construction Feirer & Freirer.
C hapter 8 Wood and Wood Products Permission granted to reproduce for educational use only.© Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc. After studying this chapter,
Wood Key Skills: - Thinking, Communication, Literacy Numeracy, ICT, Working with others, Problem Solving. Objectives: To understand, recognise and communicate.
Copyright © 2009 Delmar, Cengage Learning Chapter 10 Panel Products.
There is an enormous selection of different timbers available. This range can be split into two groups: Softwoods Hardwoods.
Furniture Materials Chapter 15. Materials Wood Plastic Metal Glass.
By: Kristen Day Forest Resources Many products are made from the flowers, fruits, seeds, and other parts of forest plants. Products can come from both.
Chapter 8 Types of Tree. Trees – 2 groups Deciduous Hardwood Broad leaves Coniferous Softwood Needle-like leaves.
Windows and Doors. Typically once the roofing material has been installed/completed the windows and doors are installed. It’s important to install these.
EURIS – Europeans Using Roundwood Innovatively & Sustainably Processing techniques which can utilise low quality and/or small dimension timber EURIS –
Green Ash Fraxinus Pennsylvanica By David Marquardt.
Wood Construction Materials Hardwood »Comes from deciduous trees such as oak, birch, walnut, maple, and hickory.
River Birch Tree By: Jocelyn Miller, Kat Wulf, and Uziel Perez.
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