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What type of wood is jinx wood?
I believe Jinx Wood is the same thing as - or very similar to - Balsawood. It is a very light weight, airy wood that is used by crafters and model builders. It is easy to cut and takes glue very well.
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Lower priced wooden coffins usually are made of softwood, higher priced ones of hardwood. The wood from conifers is called softwood, and the wood from broad leaved trees is na…med hardwood. These names are a bit misleading, as not all hardwoods are hard, and softwoods are not necessarily soft. Conifers are needle or cone bearing trees like pine, spruce, red cypress, cedar and redwood. Hardwood trees vary considerably in price. Typically, select woods like poplar or willow are least expensive, followed by elm, ash, hickory, pecan, chestnut, oak, birch, maple and cherry. The most expensive casket hardwoods are black walnut and tropical woods like teak and mahogany. Veneer covered caskets are generally less expensive than caskets made of solid wood. For low priced cloth covered wooden caskets also wood products like composition wood, particle boards or pressed wood are used. Of the 1.7 million caskets sold in the US in 2007, around 11% were cloth covered wooden caskets and around 18% hardwood caskets.
'Quantitative' has to do with the answer to the question, "How much, or how many?" 'Categorical' has to do with the answer to the question, "What kind?" 'Type of wood' would f…all under the latter category.
Cedar wood is the most water absorbent wood possible. Between its absorbency and color, cedar wood has been a popular choice for people who are redoing their floors and ca…binets.
Teak. cedar, eucalyptus, redwood, and mohogany are water resistant.
Mahogany is a hardwood!
Pine is considered a softwood.
Solid Sitca Spruce on top and if possible Brazilian Rosewood for back and sides. mahogany neck and ebony fretboard and bridge As Br. Rosewood becomes rare then Indian Rosewood… is the next choice and most commonly used. no plywood, no laminates only solid tops backs and sides for rich tone with good projection and bass, mids and treble freqs with authority!! paul v. Athens Greece
It depends on where you live: Cottontails, Snowshoe Hares.
Lignum Vitae is an very dense wood imported from Brazil. It can have a density as high as 1.39 g/cc.
This site explains a lot about the bending characteristics of certain types of wood, I will also include a few sites on how to bend wood. . Stock Selection The U.S. Fores…t Service has evaluated 25 hardwood species for relative bending quality. In their testing, the best 17 woods were:. Hackberry (Best) White Oak Red oak Chestnut oak Magnolia Pecan Black walnut Hickory Beech Elm Willow Birch Ash Sweetgum Soft maple Yellow-poplar Hard maple (Worst). This ranking represents the results from one evaluation; variation in the results can be expected from tree to tree and site to site.. http://www.allwoodwork.com/article/woodwork/methods_of_bending_wood.htm . http://www.woodweb.com/knowledge_base/Rx_For_Bending_Wood.html . http://www.valuecreatedreview.com/bentwood.htm . http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-make-a-steambox-for-bending-wood/ . http://www.diynetwork.com/diy/ww_decorative_furnishings/article/0,,diy_14441_2277640,00.html
as far as i know there are no man made wood
Wood is the stem of trees inside the bark or outer layer. Wood is 50% cellulose. Cellulose is the fibrous material that gives strength to the cell walls. These cell wal…ls are bound together with hemicellulose and lignin. Dry wood is about 25% lignin and 20% hemicellulose. There are many different types of wood. Each type of wood comes from a species of tree, and has a slightly different cell arrangement and proportions of cellulose, hemicellulose and lignin. This combination gives the types of wood their characteristic strength, texture and colour.
Cedar Wood is a type of Softwood. Sofwoods are known for its strength, flexibility and versatility.
Softwoods such as spruce, pine and fir will ignite easily and will give off considerable heat, but will also burn up very quickly and will throw lots of sparks from the sap en…trapped in the wood. If you are burning these woods indoors in an open fireplace, you will need a fine mesh screen or barrier to prevent sparks being thrown onto the flooring. Outdoors, around the campfire, you will need to wear old clothes, or sit back a long distance from the fire. Hardwoods such as ash , birch and maple are more difficult to ignite but will burn more politely and for a much longer time, giving off a comfortable heat with usually no sparking at all. You will normally use a small amount of softwood as kindling to ignite the hardwood, and then continue to stoke the fire with hardwood thereafter. You might want to avoid certain woods as follows: Hickory - very dense and burns long and evenly but makes everybody and everything smell like bacon for about a week. Great in an airtight stove or if you like bacon a lot. Oak - quite dense and burns beautifully but smells musty. Cedar - Dont burn it. Very low density and fast burning but oozes a tarry substance called creosote that solidifies in the chimney and will eventually catch fire, possibly burning down the house. In the open firepit it is equally disgusting as it drips black tar over everything.
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