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Veneer cutting of softwoods III. Influence of cutting direction to ray or annual ring on the veneer quality



Veneer cutting of softwoods III. Influence of cutting direction to ray or annual ring on the veneer quality



Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 39(9): 998-1004



Generally, the veneer quality of softwoods is inferior to that of hardwoods, especially the surface roughness. Knife damage due to a larger number of knots in softwoods and difference in density between earlywood and latewood is considered to be a contributing factor. In the majority of cases, log diameters of softwoods are smaller than those of hardwoods and so it is difficult to obtain a constant cutting surface with the progress of the knife in softwoods.

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