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Oak solid wood panel
In solid wood panels, individual softwood lamellae are sorted, planed, and assembled into multi-layered boards consisting of parallel outer layers and at least one core layer perpendicular to the orientation of the outer layers. Adhesive is used to bond the lamellae. Thus swelling and shrinkage due to climatic changes is minimal. Solid wood panels have a symmetric lay-up and the thickness of the outer layers is recommended to be at least 5 mm to fulfil the requirements for loadbearing structural timber components. No open joints are allowed in the core layer.
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Oak strips (frise)
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Planks (boards), edged board
Harvesting When a tree is ready for harvesting and has been felled, the trunk is usually debranched and cut into butt log, middle log, top log and one to three sections of pulpwood. Crown and branch wood can be collected up to be chipped and used as forest fuel. Smaller trees that are felled during thinning, for example, are cut into pulpwood or small-dimension sawlogs (top diameter 120–200 mm).  Sawmills Sweden currently has around 140 sawmills, which produce over 10,000 cubic metres of sawn wood products per year. Production is being concentrated among ever fewer companies, with the individual sawmills specialising in wood types and product groups. Of the total production in Sweden of around 17 million cubic metres sawn wood products (2011), the 10 biggest companies account for around 60 percent and the 20 biggest companies account for around 80 percent of the country
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Oak unedged board
This board is obtained by cutting the log in the first place. The main distinguishing feature is the presence of bark and rough edges. New fashion for undedged lumber Regardless of the type of saw in the sawmill, the unedged board is the first output product. Next, the woodworker is faced with the question - to leave the unedged board as it is or to process it later. The last 5-10 years, due to the fashion on the live edge, the scope of application of unedged boards has expanded.  If earlier it was a product of fast processing or a product for extremely thrifty craftsmen, now the unedged board is included in the list of mandatory goods in the carpentry shop. So, unedged board in its original form is used for tables, table tops, window sills, benches and decor. Price and other features of unedged boards The cost of unedged boards is lower than of the