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Straight studs are produced from southern pine cordwoodAuthor(s): Peter Koch
Source: Forest Industried, Vol. 94(5): 44-46
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionA Process for converting southern pine veneer cores into 8-foot 2 by 4's of SPIB Stud grade and better has been developed at the Alexandria, Louisiana, Utilization Laboratory of the Southern Forest Experiment Station. The research leading to this development suggests that a similiar process would be practical for converting 8-foot southern pine cordwood into studs-two studs from every stick.
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CitationKoch, Peter. 1967. Straight studs are produced from southern pine cordwood. Forest Industried, Vol. 94(5): 44-46
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