blockboard


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blockboard

(ˈblɒkˌbɔːd)
n
(Building) a type of plywood in which soft wood strips are bonded together and sandwiched between two layers of veneer
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Moazami and Nazerian (in press) evaluated the effects of end-to-end joint types of athel strips used in core layer veneered with three wood species (fir, beech, and oak) on the bending strength of blockboard.
Contract award: framework contract for the procurement of blockboard.
4 million cubic meters of processed wood (plywood, blockboard, particle board, woodworking) and 120 tons of adhesive per year.
This continued a trend of social graphing transactions from earlier in the year, such as Klout's acquisition of Blockboard and Twitter's acquisitions of RestEngine and Summify.
The company will also bond to MDF, chipboard and blockboard.
And then the black, blue, and yellow stripes nestling into the angle formed at the meeting of two pieces of blockboard might have pulled your attention back out to the space of the gallery and, again, to the street beyond.
Shelves can be made from blockboard,MDF,plywood and solid wood,but don't stop the re.
The tables themselves are bare and topped with what appears to be formica on blockboard (ours was rocky as well).
Cut the hatch cover from 3/4inch blockboard using a handsaw and sand the edges smooth.
Blockboard panels (made with strips of lumber in the core with crossbands of veneer or hardboard faces) are produced with glue edge jointing the core lumber strips, thus, the adhesive cost can be quite low.
Rubberwood has been found to be useful as a core material in blockboard and other "sandwich" construction materials.
The SWR is planning a framework agreement on a time-and -demand delivery of its locations with blockboard beginning to 1.