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Laminated wood (Rbmdmvwj)

Definition
An assembly made by bonding layers of veneer or lumber with an adhesive, nails, or stressing to provide a structural continuum so that the grain of all laminations is essentially parallel. (Source: AASHTO Glossary)
Use For
Glulam
Broader Term
Wood (Rbmdmvw)
Related Terms (Hierarchical)
Bark (Rbmdmvwb)
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Logs (Rbmdmvwm)
Lumber (Rbmdmvwp)
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Soft woods (Rbmdmvws)
Timber (Rbmdmvwt)
Wood chips (Rbmdmvww)