manufactured cheap board woods list

Softwood, Hardwood, Manufactured Board – GCSE Design …

Examples of Softwood. - Larch: A darker honey colour, resident to rot, perfect for decking and outdoor furniture. - Spruce: Darker red in colour, it’s quite knotty and rough. Used for packing boxes, sheds and masts. - Pine: Cheap and pale coloured.【Get Price】

Types of Manufactured Wood - Urban Concepts - Furniture

Particleboard or Chipboard. Particleboards are made by bonding sawdust and shavings with resin. …【Get Price】


MANMADE BOARDS - CHIPBOARD This is made up of small chips of wood bonded together with resin and formed into sheets by compression. It is not as strong as plywood or block board, but it is not expensive. Chipboard is often covered with a plastic laminate or wood veneer and used in cheap furniture. A particle board.【Get Price】

Year 7 book - types of wood

2. MANUFACTURED BOARD Large flat sheets of board are produced In factories and are known as Manufactured Board. They are made by mixing different scraps of waste wood together. They can be very strong as they do not split “along the grain”. Here is a list of some manufactured boards you may have seen or heard of.【Get Price】

Man-made board - different types and their uses. page 1 of 2

Plywood is probably the most widely available manufactured board material. It is made by bonding together a number of thin veneers of softwood or hardwood - or a combination of each. There is always an odd number of veneers and the direction of the grain runs alternately to give the material strength; the more veneers used, the stronger the plywood.【Get Price】

Mr DT: Revise or learn about Manufactured Board including

• Boards are inexpensive so are often used as instead of real woods. • Manufactured boards do however do not look as good as real woods look. Hardboard - A very cheap particle board which sometimes has a laminated plastic surface. A manufactured board.【Get Price】

Natural Woods - Technology Student

Woods are classified into two main groups, softwoods and hardwoods . PINE - Is a relatively cheap wood used in the building trade and for furniture. It is pale in colour, quite easy to cut and shape, and machines relatively well. You may need a length of material (called a 'board'). Boards come in different thicknesses, widths and lengths.【Get Price】