The world’s first wooden shutters made from wood

The world has long admired the wood shutters.

But now, scientists have made a breakthrough.

They’ve created wooden shutter that is made entirely from wood.

The world first wooden lock made from only wood.

And it’s made by a company in China.

The project, which is a joint venture between China’s Nanjing University of Forestry and Engineering and the University of Wisconsin, Madison, is the first in a long line of projects that aim to produce functional wood locks.

This wood shutter is not only a new type of wood lock but also one that uses carbon fiber, which has the added benefit of being more durable than traditional materials.

The wood has a special properties that make it more resistant to cracking and tearing than other types of wood.

This is important, since it helps to keep a lock in place while it is being used, which makes it an ideal material for the type of lock seen in the new lock.

The researchers say they have created a type of locks that is stronger than conventional locks made from steel, titanium, or carbon fiber.

In other words, the new wood locks are not just stronger than the wood, they are more resistant.

The wood is a highly stable material that is not affected by the sun, rain, or water.

It also has excellent mechanical properties, which make it easier to lock up than other materials.

It’s the first time that researchers have used wood to make locks, says Wang Zhihong, an associate professor of physics and engineering at Nanjing and one of the researchers.

“Wood is a very stable material and has great mechanical properties,” he said.

The lock is made from carbon fiber fibers that have been used for centuries in the construction industry.

The new wood lock is being made by the Chinese research group Nanjing Forestry and Environmental Engineering.

They have been working on their wood-lock for about six years.

The researchers have tested the lock on different surfaces, including an open floor, a wood wall, a steel beam, and a concrete wall.

They are also looking into the possibility of making the lock even stronger.

The team is currently in the process of testing the lock with various materials, including steel, carbon fiber and wood.

“We hope to be able to show the lock is very strong and can be used to lock doors, windows, fences, etc.,” says Wang.