What Are The Different Types Of Wooden Board?


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In the world of woodworking and furniture design, the choice of wood plays a pivotal role in the character and quality of the final product. Each type of wood, from the stately oak to the exotic teak, brings its own unique qualities, textures, and colors to the table, literally and figuratively. However, navigating this vast forest of options can be daunting for both amateur woodworkers and seasoned professionals alike. Understanding the distinct advantages and disadvantages of different wood types is not just about aesthetics but also involves considerations of durability, workability, and sustainability. This article aims to shed light on these aspects, guiding you through the intricate world of woods so you can make informed decisions for your next project. Whether it's crafting a bespoke piece of furniture or choosing the right material for your flooring, the choice of wood matters in bringing your vision to life.



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Features: High hardness, abrasion resistance, and beautiful wood grain.

Uses: Interior baseboards, furniture, and Japanese sake barrel manufacturing.



Special features: Natural deep brown color, fine texture, medium hardness.

Purpose: Production of high quality furniture, Japanese carvings.


3. Yuzuki (Teak):

Features: Strong antiseptic properties, good water resistance, color range from golden yellow to medium brown.

Applications: Outdoor furniture, decks, high-end woodworking items such as ship construction.



Special features: The color varies from pale powder to deep red, deepens over time, and the texture is straight and uniform.

Uses: fine furniture, metal fittings, and Japanese metal plates.


5. Maple:

Special features: Extremely hard, ice-resistant, color is usually light and oily.

Uses: Gourmet bowls, furniture, Japanese kitchen utensils.


6. Pine:

Special features: Wood quality, easy processing, usually made of wood.

Uses: wallboards, baseboards, Japanese style furniture.



Features: Medium hardness, uniform consistency, and usually pale color.

Purpose: Shoyu production, furniture Japanese wood products.


8. Mahogany:

Special features: Smooth texture, easy processing, unique red sand color.

Purpose: Exquisite furniture, boat manufacturing, and ware Japanese gate manufacturing.



Special features: soft quality, different colors from white to yellow and green.

Uses: woven furniture, wooden interior components, drawing boards.



Features: Long, fast and durable, good hardness, and abrasion resistant.

Uses: base plate, cut plate, furniture Japanese environmental protection construction materials.


However, the quality of the wooden boards is not uniform, and the demand for complete home furnishings and construction is also inconsistent. Considering the time and demand of the selected wood, its environmental characteristics and the difficulty of maintenance have been completed. Of course, if the construction of a new industry is possible, the final selection will be made based on the specific information of the underlying item.


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Post time: May-17-2024
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