Manufacturing Process

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The United States, the Gabonese Republic, Cameroon... Whenever we receive information about precious trees, we will set out to travel around the world. Use your own aesthetics and sensibility to strictly screen and purchase wood. Professionals have gathered natural and high-quality logs through years of training vision and trust relationships with companies in the production area.

 

 

The round wood is transported, put them on the operating table, and rotate it while determining the angle of the saw. Observe the growth rings and the state of the wood, find the most suitable angle, and think about the overall sawing method. Adjust the interval and angle again while sawing. Craftsmen have used their eyes to observe wood for many years and have accumulated rich experience. Therefore, in this process, their "feeling" will play an important role. Then, while measuring the moisture content of the wood, they will continue to adjust, if the moisture is reduced to a certain extent , Put it into the wood drying furnace, adjust the moisture content, and finally complete the preparation of the whole log.

 

 

It takes months or even years for the boards to dry. After laying out the finished wooden boards neatly, first dry them naturally.

 

 

After drying, imagine the shape of the finished wood and cut the wood. In order to make the two ends parallel, skilled cutting skills are required. The quality of this process determines the quality of the final product, so it must be undertaken by experienced craftsmen

 

  

Use drying equipment to slowly heat up the wooden boards that have been lifted during the drying process to make them flat. Slow heating is to not burden the wood, and to soften the wood fiber while pressing. After the three drying processes of "natural drying", "artificial kiln drying" and "drying equipment", the moisture content of all wood can be almost balanced, and it can be safely used to make a whole board.

 

 

 

Wood that has grown for hundreds of years records history. Patterns, knots, and gaps all contain profound meanings. Try our best to preserve their natural state. This is also a big charm of the whole board. It stays with customers and continues the breath of nature.

 

  

The rough machined surface is processed by hand to smooth. The knots and small holes are filled with powder produced during polishing. It is very important to maintain a visually smooth surface for the particularly characteristic groove part.

 

 

The last painting process includes polyurethane spraying and wood oil spraying, but the number of spraying is different. When spraying polyurethane, repeat spraying and polishing three times on the front and back sides, and then use a small file to smooth the uneven areas. When spraying wood oil, use a file to smooth the bumps after the first spray, and finish after spraying again. The warmth of "the whole board" was born in the world.

 

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