rough lumber

rough lumber

[′rəf ′ləm·bər]
(materials)
Sawed, undressed lumber.

rough lumber

Sawn lumber that has not been planed; also called undressed lumber.

undressed lumber, rough lumber, Brit. unwrought timber

Sawn lumber that has not been planed.
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The old rough lumber was cracked and weathered, but would still support the weight of any man.
That part of the plant remained operational and the company was bringing in rough lumber from its Gogama area mill to keep part of its Timmins workforce employed.
A third tour will feature a small sawmill that produces rough lumber for local home and agricultural uses.
There are other sawmills that recut rough lumber to finished sizes, but Great Western is the last operation that works with whole logs.
An optimal three-dimensional visualization system was developed for edging and trimming of rough lumber in central Appalachia.
This company purchases rough lumber and with sophisticated, state-of-the-art equipment manufactures wood molding products and is competitive in the national market.
planer with deluxe stand, Model 22-790X, is suitable for planing rough lumber up to 15 in.
Woodworkers with well-equipped shops often buy rough lumber and then rip, plane and joint the lumber to get straight edges for tight-fitting joints.
Willamette said the Saginaw planer mill - which smoothed the surfaces on rough lumber - was old, and that running the facility without a sawmill next door was inefficient.
She and other salespeople were there to immerse themselves in classroom presentations and get a close-up, sawdust-in-their-hair tour of a Hooker furniture plant, watching rough lumber being transformed into handcrafted case pieces.
Instead, they use rough lumber to create the entire table first.