Please find below a selection of articles from our sister site www.woodubuy.com. If you are not familiar with Woodubuy, it is an ecommerce site that sells sawn timber and planed timber direct to customers with instant pricing and full UK deliver, please see overviews from articles on the site below:
As a company we sell two types of timber, sawn and planed all round timber. The first is roughly sawn and the second is planed to have a smooth finish all-round on all sides.
You may ask why we are writing an article about how to plane timber yourself when you can buy it already smoothly finished, well there are a few reasons why you may want to plane the timber yourself.
Read More: https://www.woodubuy.com/how-to-plane-rough-sawn-timber/
With winter on its way we often get asked how the cold weather effects wood, well in fact all weather and climate change effect wood. Wood is an incredible material to work with and can be used to produce everything from core structures of construction in homes, to general household items like furniture, kitchen worktops and even artwork. As wood is a natural product, weather and temperature changes can always be a factor, but of course there are multiple other variants including the type of timber and changes in moisture content.
Read More: https://www.woodubuy.com/how-seasonal-changes-affect-wood/
There are many different ways to use sawn timber from construction to home improvement and interior design, in this article we aim to show you a range of applications and hopefully inspire you to come up with even more ways once you get thinking about it.
Read More: https://www.woodubuy.com/3-awesome-ways-to-use-sawn-timber/
Planed timber has lots of uses for both home DIY enthusiasts and woodworking industry professionals. In this article we focus on some of the most popular, but not restrictive, uses and applications of planed timber.
Read More: https://www.woodubuy.com/planed-timber-what-is-it-used-for/
How do you measure the weight of timber without physically weighing it? The most traditional way of doing it is to first research the density of the timber, taking into account the moisture content of the timber, age of the timber, the timber source location, how long and even if its been kin dried.
Read More: https://www.woodubuy.com/how-to-measure-the-weight-of-wood/
The difference between sawn timber and planed timber is the finish or the look and feel of the wood's surfaces. Sawn timber has rough faces whilst planed timber is smooth.
Sawn timber is cut to size with a saw (a cutting tool that has a blade or series of blades with 'teeth' as a jagged edge) leaving rough surfaces.
Read More: https://www.woodubuy.com/sawn-timber-vs-planed-wood/
Due to the simplicity of preparation, rough sawn timber is always cheaper than planed. As a result, it is the best choice for jobs where the finish of the wood is not important, or when you intend to machine, plan or finish the wood yourself.
Read More: https://www.woodubuy.com/how-to-measure-sawn-timber/
Hopefully you have found these article interesting, please visit Woodubuy.com for more regular updates. If you are looking for multiple sawn timber quotes then Wooduchoose can help.
Posted on Saturday 12 November 2022 at 11:46
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