Test 3 Review - WOODPANELING...

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WOOD PANELING Know the 2 types: Solid and Veneer (uses substrate) Know Veneer cuts and the illustrations.       Bookmatch      slip match       random match. What are the differences between these different cuts? How does wood come?      Solid and veneer with substrate (can be plywood, fiber board, and particle  board) What are the cuts for paneling?  If you use veneer, you either could get more or less our of the board depending on its  cut Most veneer is rotary or plain sliced.       Rotary slicing is most common. It gives you long continuous sheets. Easy  to get a variety of patterns and repeats. Also the least expensive. Why do we use veneer?      Its finished. What kinds of finishes are appropriate?  Where are these finishes appropriate for? Floor? Wall? What are the various graining patterns that you can specify when you are working with  solid wood? TILE What are the different types? Clay: Earthenware, stoneware, sundried
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Natural mined material Colors varied, inherent Extruded: uniform size and thickness, often thinset Handmade: irregular size and thickness, thick set Kiln fired: glazed/unglazed Low temp: unglazed, sun dried must be sealed Porcelain: Porcelain clay body colored w/ pigments Fire grained clay, minimal water during process Often unglazed, color consistent throughout High temp. fire and clay type makes impervious stains Surfaces: Polished, be mechanical grinding, strength Shiny surface Matte, w/fine strippled texture, good slip resistances Textured, grainy/cleft, excellent slip resistance Glass: Cast into molds Integral color, or backed enamel finish Clear/ translucent w/ polished/matte surface Opaque w/ backed enamel finish Recycled tiles available Stone: Processed for uniform thickness and size Smooth/cleft face
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Must be sealed Concrete: Many sized and colors Molded and cured Sealed  May be combined w/ opposite materials of recycle or reprocessed  concrete Metal: Characteristic inherent to metal type Pressed/cast for surface variation 3 general categories:       Clay, porcelain (type of clay), earth based or fired, natural stone. What are the characteristics of each of these? What makes stoneware tile different than porcelain tile?  Why would you use stoneware over porcelain and vice versa?      Porcelain is not glazed, it is polished. Because it has a clay body you can  add surface color (unless it is thin glazed). Color is consistent all the way  through. Chips do not show readily. Ceramic tile and stoneware tile is high fired and impervious. Can be glazed.
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2010 for the course DHM 3303 taught by Professor B during the Fall '08 term at Oklahoma State.

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