Why is wood hard?
wood is hard beacause if bed is made of wood so it will not break easily when we sleep so wood is hard
It is in the hard wood family.
It is a hard wood.
Teak is a hard wood.
Mulberry wood is a hard wood.
timber is a hard wood
Pear wood is a hard wood.
is larch wood soft or hard wood
Oak is considered a hard wood.
Cherry wood is a hard kind of wood.
Pine is soft wood. Maple is hard.
Wood from the chestnut tree is hard wood
hard wood and soft wood are the same for the environment.
Balsa is a soft wood. Balsa (Ochroma lagopus) is a hard wood.
Ash (fraxinus) is a hard wood.
Mahogany's hard wood =)
How hard a piece of wood is really has nothing to do with its being called hard. Hard wood comes from deciduous trees, trees that drop their leaves in winter. - wjs1632 -
a hard black wood is a dark wood that is very strong.eg iroko tree
Hard wood. Those kinds of wood is what you call a angiosperm. Soft wood are the gymnosperms. I hope I helped. =D
Hard wood is hard and is used for building heavy structure's. Soft wood is a lot easier to cut so you probably would use a coping saw for soft wood and a tennon "hack" saw for hard wood, hope it helped!X
both hard and softwood
It is a hard wood.
oak is a very hard wood
Yes, beech is a hard wood.
Yes, most wood is hard.
It's hard wood
A wood is hard. As hard as a bone is.
It would be in the broad range of hard wood. Generally any slow growing tree is a hard wood.
hard wood is wood that can be turned into tables and chairs but soft wood is only on a tree called the coniferous tree
Maple is a hard wood, heavy and strong. It is used for flooring and furnature.
soft wood is easy to cut but not good to make stuff and hard wood is hard to cut but good to make with
the name for trees with hard wood
Cedar is hard wood. It is from angiosperm trees.
it's moderately hard wood
assuming you meant Ash, it is a hard wood.
The density of the wood. Hard wood is slower growing and the grain is usually closer together.
One obvious difference is that Hardwood has leaves and soft wood has needles. Hard wood will lose its leaves. and hard woods is actually softer than soft wood! and the same with soft wood... pretty cool huh?
generally trees that lose their leaves are hard wood
Most sycamores are hard wood trees.
Beach is a hardwood
mainly soft wood
Soft wood, Hard wood, Plywood
soft wood and hard wood
Hard and soft wood have nothing to do with how hard or soft the wood is. Naturally. That would make it too easy. Hard wood comes from deciduous trees, trees that shed their leaves, while soft wood comes from evergreen, or coniferous, trees. Now aren't you glad you asked?
the yew wood is a hard wood, it is very dense and resistant to decay and insect attack, the sap wood is yellow and the heartwood is red-brown
Hard wood Hard wood comes from a tree that looses it's leaves in the winter, the tree grows alot slower, the wood contains alot less moisture with the wood replacing what would be the water (is more dense), and is normally but not allways harder than soft wood due to the fact that hard wood is more dense than soft wood. Soft wood Soft wood comes from tree's that keep it's leaves through all seasons… Read More
"Treated wood can be soft or hard." But, generally what is bought from a lumberyard is soft.
Hard! Also, it's a very dense and quite heavy wood.
Given average conditions hard wood will last longest.
cherry, walnut, oak