The dimensional stabilization of wood by impregnation with phenolic resins as developed by the Forest Products Laboratory has been described rather extensively in many reports, magazines, and technical journals during the past two decades. However, because of the recent application of resin-impregnated wood ( impreg) (4, 8, 9, 11 , 12) for patterns and die models by the Ford Motor Company, this method of dimensionally stabilizing wood has been given considerable publicity in newspapers and
Seborg, Ray M.
"THE APPLICATION AND PROPERTIES OF IMPREG,"
Ames Forester: Vol. 42
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