Our carpenters are masters in sawing, drying, planning, sanding and CNC milling the various wood types used: aspen, pine, red cedar, hemlock, ayous, wenge, padauk, larch, and oak in various widths and thicknesses, with a V-shaped recess or traditionally rounded. Each profile is manufactured with great care; for each wood type, there are different rules that must be respected. Our Modern machinery allows us to deliver the best result on time and on budget.
List of machinery
- Morbidelli M200 CNC
- Hydromat woodturning
- Unimat 17A woodturning
- Manual circulars
- Circular saw
- GRIGGIO circular saw
- Chainsaw Stenner ST80
Wood types we work with:
Excellent stability, low density, and a contemporary look are making it suitable for a vast range of applications: inside and outside finish as timber paneling, benches, skirtings, grids, and other types of constructions. The wood is treated using a completely natural and non-toxic practice, where it is baked to a temperature of more than 100 degrees. There is only steam, heat, and pressure used during the process, all these elements enhance its durability. This means that it is 100% recyclable. Thermo-treated ayous has an expected lifespan of over 50 years and it is resistant to mould and attack from wood insects.
African ayous, family of the well-known abachi wood species; is creamy-white to pale yellow in colour. It is fairly soft, but firm and fine and even in texture; the grain is often interlocked, giving a faintly striped appearance on quarter-sawn surfaces, otherwise there is seldom any decorative figure. The timber is light in weight.
Thermo pine is a great sustainable alternative for tropical hardwoods and an excellent option for outdoor cladding. Thermal modification makes the pine more durable and stable while emphasizing its warm golden-brown color and characteristic knot pattern – all without any chemicals. Thermo pine is a dimensionally stable, durable, and completely ecological wood with increased resistance to biological pests.
Pine wood is medium-weight and relatively soft. Its strength and elasticity are good. As with other coniferous woods, the properties of the wood depend upon the density of the annual growth rings: The higher the proportion of summerwood, the heavier and harder the wood.
Canadian Red Cedar
Canadian red cedar is one of the most commercially valuable species. Its exceptional working properties like natural resistance to termite, rot and decay make it an ideal choice for outdoor applications. The appealing dark colour, light weight and soft texture make it suitable for various interior applications as well.
Canadian hemlock has a uniform light shade midway between beige and brown. It is a wood that shows minimal grain and is equivalent to cedar, but is not intended for outdoor use.