How is Chipboard Made?

Chipboard is made by compressing tiny wood pieces using glue. Its main advantage is that it can be produced from wood pieces that have been discarded and this saves unnecessary cutting of trees in wood application. Chipboard is produced from forest by products. Once the forest is thinned, sawdust is connected. The tiny pieces of […]
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How is Charcoal Made?

If you love grilling, you probably have lots of charcoal stored in your garage or kitchen. Charcoal is described as something black and they have that smoky smell on it which makes grilled foods smell more delectable. Charcoal gets these characteristics from the process and the way it is made. Usually, makers of charcoal use […]
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How is a Guitar Made?

A guitar is a stringed instrument that produces its sounds by plucking the series of strings that run along the body of the instrument. If you know how to play guitar, you probably have asked yourself once on how it is made. Below are the processes required in manufacturing guitars. The first and probably the […]
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How are Pencils Made?

Traditional wooden pencils are manufactured using the same process that was introduced in the 1600s. The use of modern woodworking machines and automation methods has streamlined the process of manufacturing pencils. However, the pencils available today do not vary that much from their predecessors. Pencils are the end result of the sandwiching process that involves […]
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