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Rotary veneer peeling of softwoods. (II). Pinus caribaea from Fiji and P. merkusii and P. kesiya from Indonesia



Rotary veneer peeling of softwoods. (II). Pinus caribaea from Fiji and P. merkusii and P. kesiya from Indonesia



Bulletin of the Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Ibaraki ( 356): 87-132



Data are tabulated for relations between veneer quality, such as variation in veneer thickness, depth of lathe checks, roughness of veneer surface, and peeling conditions, such as nominal veneer thickness and width of horizontal nose-bar opening. (With English tables and figures.).

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