Factors affecting the product quality
Key factors are:
1. Flaws in the Wood. Flaws are an indicator of the quality of wood. There are various types of flaws; knots, roughness, irregular trunk forms, etc. The flaws appear during the wood processing procedures. The fewer flaws there are, the higher the quality of the wood.
How to choose timber for cutting
Typically, furniture pieces are considered as an investments which aren’t renewed for several years. Thus, the material from which the furniture is built must be sturdy enough to resist to decay, daily wear and tear and other such damage. Wooden furniture meets all the requirements, but mind that the timber must be high-quality.
Timber for woodware
Historically, timber has been the only material used in furniture making for a long time. Modern materials, however, have partially replaced wooden furniture; but woodware is still highly popular. Timber has great advantages in comparison with plastic and other synthetic materials: