Timber is cut to the desired dimensions by a cutting machine, after which it is transferred for settling at an intermediate storage location.
A rugged planer machine splits and planes planks to the desired dimensions.
Precise wood laths produced by the planer unit are sorted to the desired quality class, after which they are transferred through a gluing machine to a press unit.
The lathes are pressed together by two press lines into ready edge-glued boards, after which their journey continues automatically to a two-sided sanding machine for lower and upper calibration.
The quality of the panels is inspected. The panels are placed onto pallets.
The panels are finally cut to the desired length by a tenoning line.
After the tenoning the panels are fine-sanded. The surface meets the demanding quality requirements of the furniture industry.
Depending on the customer, boards can be packaged individually in shrink wrapping. The packaging includes a product description to ease identification of the boards, providing all the necessary product information.
After this, the pallets are protected and bound, and the finished product is loaded onto trucks or containers. Finally, the trip towards the customer can take place.