Wood is a natural material man has used for as long as he has needed warmth and shelter.
The use of timber has adapted over time as need demanded and skills encouraged.
Advancements in timber drying, glue technology and woodworking machinery now permit the use of timber where it rivals competing materials like metal and plastic. The stringent demands of the 21st Century require accurate control of moisture movement and stability, using defect free timber that is uniform in appearance and predictable in performance.
Scientific advancements continue to demonstrate wood is a solution seeking problems to solve.
Edge Glued Panels
Solid wood strips (Lamels) approximately 44/45mm wide bonded together with a PVA adhesive to make wider panels than can readily be produced from a single piece of timber.
Hardwood and softwood profiled mouldings and planed stripwoods produced in principal from clear solid timber, or finger jointed knotless material.
Solid timber components laminated from finger jointed lamels with the knots and other defects removed.
Marmen Pro 17
High density sawn timber without pith, or shake but providing at least two clean adjacent faces for discerning manufacturers who prefer a more traditional solution.