DEVELOPMENT INDUSTRIAL MATERIAL FROM TEAK WOOD AGED BETWEEN 7-14 YEARS FOR COMMERCIAL AND SUSTAINABLE USE.

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จตุรงค์ เลาหะเพ็ญแสง

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This paper concentrates on Development Industrial Material from Teak wood aged  between 7-14 years for Commercial and sustainable use. The research methodology was mix research.  In terms of the Quality and Quantity research, sample groups were composed of 5 Experts (Teak wood Properties Improve) and 10 (Experts Teak wood Designers). The research methods were experimental and focus group technique .The statistics used were frequency, percentage, arithmetic means, and standard deviation. The research found that there are 2 output. The first output to improve physical properties and water resistant property of young teak wood products in 3 process 1) Prepare two solutions (Solution A: Maleic anhydride 10% in a thinner, Solution B: 10% AKD in Thinner) 2)Apply solution A to seep into the wood. Then bake at 90 ° C for 20 minutes (improving wood properties). 3)Apply solution B over the wood surface. Then bake at 90 ° C for 20 minutes (improving wood surface properties). The second output was Development Industrial Material from Teak wood aged  between 7-14 years for timber and lumber by wooden joint technique.  Based on evaluation of the experts, the Development Industrial Material from Teak wood aged  between 7-14 years for Commercial and sustainable use was highly appropriate ( gif.latex?\bar{x}= 3.75).

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เลาหะเพ็ญแสงจ. (2018). DEVELOPMENT INDUSTRIAL MATERIAL FROM TEAK WOOD AGED BETWEEN 7-14 YEARS FOR COMMERCIAL AND SUSTAINABLE USE. Journal of Industrial Education, 17(2), 109-116. Retrieved from https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JIE/article/view/145180
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