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Rough-mill yield and cutting efficiency for No. 3A Common lumber compared to other lumber grade mix optionsAuthor(s): Jan Wiedenbeck; Brian P. Shepley; Robert L. Smith
Source: Forest Products Journal. 54(12): 132-140.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
Station: Northeastern Research Station
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CitationWiedenbeck, Jan; Shepley, Brian P.; Smith, Robert L. 2004. Rough-mill yield and cutting efficiency for No. 3A Common lumber compared to other lumber grade mix options. Forest Products Journal. 54(12): 132-140.
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