What is the process of conversion for timber?

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Conversion of timber is the process of converting raw timber into dimensional lumber or the process of making timber into a form that will make it easy to change the weight of lumbers to volume. Before conducting this process, individual must first ascertain the size they want their timber scantlings to be, after which the timber is converted depending on the specific needs that the timber will be used for.
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what is timber conversion.
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Timber has many upon many uses. Timber goes on to become lumber to build houses and anything else made from wood. Timber also goes on to become paper!
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Laminated timber can be made in almost any shape. The first glue-laminated timber-making process was patented and known as the "Hetzer system. In 1893 it was first used in Switzerland
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for stuff that needs wood to build.
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