Wood Machining

Widely used wood machining processes involve the employment of electric powered directory chain saws or rotary saws which cut wood inside the required size and shape. Water is used often to cool lower the chain saw along with the wood for permitting smooth. Wooden planks produced during this process are very rough and cannot be used in manufacturing product. Wood machining has acquired great importance in recent times due to the short availability of wood and improving environmental awareness involving users and producers. Wood machining techniques which have been in use, stress within the maximum utilization of wooden logs and assistance in reducing wastage.