Unit_5_-_Wood_Packaging (3)

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5.12 Fastening Methods Wood pieces can be cut to size and assembled into a container, pallet, or other package form and variety of fasteners and adhesives can be used to connect them. The most common fasteners are nails. The type, size, spacing, and location of the nails in relation to edge position,
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Unformatted text preview: thickness, and the grain of the wood are some important factors that affect the durability of a wooden package. It is necessary to consider the characteristics of the pieces of wood when selecting the appropriate nailing pattern for a given wooden container. OSB...
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