Producing studs from paper birch by saw-dry-rip

Publisher: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory in Madison, WI

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  • Paper birch,
  • Lumber -- Drying,
  • Lumbering
  • Edition Notes

    StatementRobert W. Erickson ... [et al.]
    SeriesResearch paper FPL -- RP-480, Research paper FPL -- 480
    ContributionsErickson, Robert W, Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14277535M

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Structural and nonstructural lumber sawn from paper birch, resulting in increased recovery and greater utilization of this hardwood resource. Keywords: Paper birch, Saw-Dry-Rip, SDR, Warp November Erickson, Robert W.; Petersen, Harlan D.; Larson, Timothy D.; Maeglin, Robert.

Producing studs from paper birch by Saw-Dry-Rip. Res. Pap. FPL-RP. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Producing studs from paper birch by saw-dry-rip.

Madison, WI: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory, SAW-DRY-RIP PROCESSING: TAKING THE CROOK OUT OF THE STUD GAME Timothy Larson, Robert W. Erickson and Harlan D. Petersen 1 University of Minnesota St. Paul, Minnesota Introduction A resource analysis for paper birch (Betula paperifera) in Minnesota states that currently there are thousand cords of paper birch available for utilization.

Producing studs from paper birch by saw-dry-rip / Robert W. Erickson [et al.]. Abstract. 8 p. Topics: Paper birch., Lumber--Drying., Lumbering. To submit an update or takedown request for this paper.

SAW-DRY-RIP PROCESSING: TAKING THE CROOK OUT OF THE STUD GAME By Timothy Larson, Robert W. Erickson, and Harlan D. Petersen 1 Introduction A resource analysis for paper birch (Betula paperifera) in Minnesotastates that currentlythereare thousand cords ofpaperbirchavailable for.

of producing high-quality paper birch as a timber crop. Boltwood, sawlogs, and veneer logs are the primary prod- a ucts sought in the intensive culture of paper birch stands. Products of lower value, such as firewood or pulp- wood, may be secondary products. Producing Studs from Paper. Birch by Saw-Dry-Rip.

Research Paper FPL-RP USFPL. Madison, Craftsman Book Company, Carlsbad, California. Speller, H. Comparative In-Place Costs of. Producing studs from paper birch by saw-dry-rip. Res. Pap. FPL- May Cashiers, NC. Hardwood Research Council. Memphis, RPo. Madison, WI. USDA For.

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McGraw-Hill. Sassafras and sweetgum logs were grade sawn and the lumber milled to 4/4 thickness and processed according to two methods. One half of the boards of both species were ripped prior to drying and the other half were dried prior to being ripped to the desired dimension.

A statistical analysis revealed that the non-conventional method gave a significantly greater twist, crook, and crook per foot.

Producing studs from paper birch by saw-dry-rip. United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, WI., USA. Hallock, H., A mathematical analysis of the effect of kerf width on lumber yield from small logs.

Report No. US Department of Agriculture, Forest Products Lab, Madison, WI., USA. Paper Birch trees are the most widely distributed (east to west), of all North American birches.

The graceful form and attractive white bark of Paper Birch make it a prized species for ornamental plantings and landscaping around homes and public buildings.

It. Producing straight and stable lumber is a much studied problem and several techniques have been proposed to solve this dilemma(1,3,4,5,8,9,10,11,12).

The most notable methods include saw-dry-rip and top load restraint to reduce warp. Neither of these methods are too applicable for studs, however. The practice of producing studs from veneer peeler. Saw-dry-rip Improves Quality of Random-length Yellow-poplar 2 by 4's - Ebook written by Robert R.

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Maple should make good studs and should be suitable for comrbination with yellow-poplar, paper birch, or other species shown to be good performers using the Saw-Dry-Rip (SDR) process. This study evaluates basswood. red maple. and black willow for making studs using SDR. Paper birch, however, is clearly not a substitute for yellow birch and there’s no comparison.

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