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The glued laminated timber technology itself has been known in Europe since the early 20th century. This was due to a change in people's attitudes towards the quality of houses and environmental friendliness of housing. There was a need for a natural material with higher performance characteristics, with modern production technology, construction and installation speed. The production of a ready-made house from laminated veneer lumber has provided answers to these questions.



The lumber dried in the chambers is sent to the splice line, where the wood is scanned with the help of the optical elements of the machine for hidden defects. Unsuitable areas of wood are marked, rejected and not used in the production of laminated veneer lumber. 



The lamellas cut along the length are glued together in the layer under high pressure (up to 10 kilograms per square centimeter), after which the layers are glued into a binder (a workpiece of several layers), and already from the binder a finished timber of the required size in width and height is made.



The final stage in the production of laminated veneer lumber includes profiling the work piece, cutting the nodal joints "bowls", marking the elements and packing into transport bags.



With the help of CNC machines, additional special processing is performed - drilling of internal channels for fasteners, electrical wiring, milling grooves for casing boxes in window and door openings and the implementation of other designed elements.

Features of glued laminated timber SOLWOOD



  • Production of various profiles and sections of timber in width and height - sizes from 185 (h) x152  mm to 280 (h) x282 mm; 

  • All work on the manufacture of laminated veneer lumber is carried out in accordance with numerous GOSTs that regulate and regulate production. The production is constantly maintaining optimal temperature and humidity. Each part produced undergoes laboratory tests for compliance with quality;

  • Cutting of all the “cut” connections in the timber provided by the project is carried out on CNC equipment “Krusimatic G-1” (Switzerland), Krusi (Switzerland) and STROMAB Autoblox (Italy). Control files are created in the licensed programs K3-Cottage (Russia) and CAD program Cadwork (Switzerland). The use of such software products makes it possible to produce parts for complete sets of houses with high factory readiness and high accuracy. This, in turn, guarantees tight connections without blowing, does not require the use of additional finishing of joints, and also allows the building to be erected as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Processing and possible joints of glued laminated timber knots

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