article Timber framing is a process in which logs are cut from trees and put together into a structure.
The timber is then shipped overseas to meet demand for building materials.
In a typical timber frame process, the log is cut from a tree, cut in half and cut into strips, with the strips being glued together using adhesive.
The strips are then glued to a steel frame, then the log can be pulled and attached to the frame.
A similar process is used in the wood processing industry where logs are first cut from the ground, cut into segments and glued together.
Some timber processing processes are more complicated than others, and some of the methods used are still being studied by the Forest Service.