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Title: Rough-Part Sizes Needed from Lumber for Manufacturing Furniture and Kitchen Cabinets

Author: Araman, Philip A.;

Date: 1982

Source: FS Research Paper NE-503. 8 pp.

Publication Series: Research Paper (RP)

Description: This report summarizes the results from a recent survey of the rough-part sizes needed from lumber for manufacturing furniture and kitchen cabinets. Twenty furniture and twelve cabinet companies participated in the survey. Lumber thicknesses needed and rough-part qualities desired are presented along with distributions describing the required rough-part dimensions.


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Araman, Philip A. 1982. Rough-Part Sizes Needed from Lumber for Manufacturing Furniture and Kitchen Cabinets. FS Research Paper NE-503. 8 pp.


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