the process of making lumber products

Lumber mills turn trees into manufactured wood products. Throughout the process the moisture content (MC) of the wood is an important factor for producer and end user alike. The lumber manufacturing process generally follows these steps: Head Rig: The primary saw cuts the tree into sawn pieces or boards. 【Get Price】

The heartwood and sapwood are the most useful parts of a tree and can be turned into paper lumber veneers and plywood. Bark can't be used to make paper or lumber although it can be used for fuel and mulch. So the first step in processing timber is separating the bark from the main part of the trunk. 【Get Price】

Lumber drying mills are the industry that turns trees into manufactured wood products. Throughout its transformation process wood’s inherent moisture content (MC) fluctuates according to the relative humidity (RH) and temperature of the surrounding air. 【Get Price】

Pieces of lumber that are not only surfaced but also machined to produce a specific cross sectional shape are classified as worked lumber or pattern lumber. Decorative molding tongue-and-groove flooring and shiplap siding are examples of pattern lumber. Today processing wood products is a billion-dollar worldwide industry. 【Get Price】

Though there are many manufacturing processes to produce plastic lumber products Bedford Technology is proud to offer three very uniquely distinct plastic board manufacturing techniques: Molded (Hard Tool) Continuous Extrusion (CE) and Multi Stage Extrusion (Multi-X). 【Get Price】