Timber is directly supplied from our forest to our sawmill
Timber is then cut into lengths.
Timber is being dried to required moisture levels.
Dried boards are then cut to source the most valuable material
Timber is then selected to different lengths after cutting out knots and other timber defects.
The timber is then selected and sorted with the shortest lengths awaiting finger jointing.
Short elements are automatically fingerjointed to 6m lengths.
6m lengths are laminated using a high pressure press.
Timber is then stored in a selfmade softwood warehouse
Hardwood is outsourced and stored in a hardwood warehouse.
Timber being cut accordingly to automatically generated list of required lengths. All pieces are marked with numbers
according to the list.
Computer screens are at all manufacturing positions with manufacturing documentation uploaded so
minimal paper work is required.
Programming of tenon joint machine.
tenon joints made automatically according to the data previously programmed.
Timber elements with tenon joints made will be passed to assemble the frames.
Precise computer controlled cnc machine automatically picking proper tool for required grooving.
Precise computer controlled cnc machine
frames are assembled by applying special gules and put into a high pressure press and left until the glue dries.
Assembled frames are being prepared for painting
Paint Shop - Automatically applied base coat
Paint Shop - Frames are dried after the first coat application
Paint Shop - window being hand sanded after basecoat application
After top coat application, frames are left drying.