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Cant, part volume little affected by sawing method, study showsAuthor(s): Peter Hamner; Marshall S. White; Philip A. Araman
Source: Pallet Enterprise. 25(5): 36-38
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThis article presents the results of a study conducted by the Pallet and Container Research Laboratory at Virginia Tech to investigate the impact of sawing pattern (straight vs. curve sawing) on lumber, cant, and pallet part yield from logs with varying degrees of sweep.
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CitationHamner, Peter; White, Marshall S.; Araman, Philip A. 2005. Cant, part volume little affected by sawing method, study shows. Pallet Enterprise. 25(5): 36-38
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