waferboard


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waferboard

A rigid building board made of wood chips bonded together with an adhesive resin.
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Cellulose fibers are used in making of several products comprising paper, textiles, waferboard, plywood, and cardboard.
Accelerated aging and outdoor weathering of aspen waferboard. Forest Prod.
A partir de la decada de 1970 se comienzan a producir intensivamente pasta celulosica y tableros de mediana densidad (Oriented Strand Board -OSB-, Medium Density Fiberboard--MDF-, Waferboard).
Although you could use a carpenter's square to ensure 90-degree corners when you assemble the sides, it's easier to use a sheet of plywood or waferboard with the original, uncut factory edges as a reference guide for creating a square assembly.
This current of materialism also runs insistently through Pandian's earlier installations, such as Darkroom, 2008, where a scaffolding of raw waferboard frames and obstructs the artist's filmic peregrinations among the modernist monuments of Berlin, Heidelberg, Karlsruhe, and Frankfurt.
P = Particleboard FF = Furniture & Fixtures O = Other W = Waferboard
Phenol resins are the major adhesives in binding wood parts into various composite products, such as panels (plywood, oriented strandboard, fibreboard, waferboard, particleboard), gluelam, and laminated veneer lumber [1].
Longlac Wood Industries is indefinitely closing their waferboard mill in Longlac, 300 kilometres northeast of Thunder Bay.
* At least 18 large timber companies that log in national forests, including Boise Cascade, the third largest buyer of logs from national forest land: and the $2.2 billion-a-year Pacific Corp., the world's leading waferboard manufacturer.
Even larger pieces, like Turtle's series of waferboard sculptures from the Nineties, suffer from such visual anemia.