By Richard Earles; Anne Fanatico; Appropriate Technology Transfer for Rural Areas (Organization)
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Timbers for boatbuilding may well prove to return to popularity if long structural members are available. LEGAL ASPECTS This paper has concentrated on the jointing of structural timbers. For obvious reasons, equally it is in the structural field where the producers of finger-jointed material face the greatest problems in convincing both the authorities responsible for codes of practice and the end user that such methods of jointing timber in all species is both structurally sound and economic. Whilst the legal implications are not clear, I do believe the manufacturers and possibly importers will be faced with problems arising from the law on Product Liability.
I f he wants long lengths of timber he _y accept finger-joints, but i t is long lengths he wants, not finger-jointed timber. If he wants timber in which certain characteristics or defects IlUst not appear he _y accept finge~joints, but it is timber quality he wants, not finge~jointed timber. er. e. make finger-joints acceptahle). ". The aim must be to achieve a situation where finger-Jointed tillber is accepted as being so normal that manufacturers do not have to check with the buyer or specifier to gain acceptance any time they wish to use the process.
I believe that the most important issue before this gathering is how to achieve a well made finger-joint every time, and how to recognise it once made. Knots, fissures and such physical defects are relatively simple to recognise and measure. Moisture content, end pressure and glue adequacy are more difficult to control and recognise. Routine testing of sample joints can provide some assurance that production quality is being maintained. Careful consideration must be given to the number of tests and the manner of selection.
Alternative beef marketing by Richard Earles; Anne Fanatico; Appropriate Technology Transfer for Rural Areas (Organization)