• tf2_07

    Also known as Man-Made Boards, these are typically made from wood products and have new/different properties to the wood they were made from. Board sizes are 8ft x 4 ft (2440 x 1220 mm). The main types of manufactured boards are MDF (Medium-Density Fibreboard), Chipboard, Blockboard, Hardboard and Softboard.

    Common Uses

    Manufactured Boards are used in a variety of ways, often in applications similar to solid wood products. Can be used for a myriad of Indoor and/or Outdoor Construction Purposes, depending on the types of Manufactured Boards selected. Uses include Furniture, Inhouse Construction and Wall Panels.

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  • t2_03

    A type of softwood timber that is very easy to work with. Since most varieties are relatively soft, it is often used for carving, carpentry  and furniture making.

    Common Uses

    Furniture, Window Frames, Paneling, Roofing, Shelving, Flooring.

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    A generic term used in woodworking and lumber industries for wood from conifers. Examples of the softwood-producing trees are pine, spruce, cedar, fir, douglas-fir, hemlock, cypress, redwood & yew.

    Common Uses

    Building Materials, Furniture, General Wood Work.

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    One of the strongest, most durable hardwood in the world. Teak has a high oil content which gives it a natural resistance to rot & protects against insect infestation. Also known for its ability to withstand almost any weather, which makes it a popular choice for boatbuilding.

    Common Uses

    Ship Building, Railway Construction, Furniture, Cabinet Making & Other Commercial Purposes.