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Exploring Valued-Added Options - Edge-Glued Panels and Blanks Offer Value-Added OpportunitiesAuthor(s): Bob Smith; Philip A. Araman
Source: Southern Lumberman. 258(4): 42-43.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionAs sawmills search for new opportunities to add value to rough sawn lumber, many consider producing dimension parts as one solution. Assembling dimension parts into edge-glued panels or standard blanks can add even further value. Blanks are defined as pieces of solid wood (which may be edge-glued) that are manufactured to a predetermined size. This article discusses the manufacturing of blanks and edge-glued panels as well as current markets.
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CitationSmith, Bob; Araman, Philip A. 1997. Exploring Valued-Added Options - Edge-Glued Panels and Blanks Offer Value-Added Opportunities. Southern Lumberman. 258(4): 42-43.
- Exploring Value-Added Options
- The Dollars and Cents of Conventional Processing of Standard-Size Blanks
- Standard-Size Blanks for Furniture and Cabinets
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