For us, woodworking includes a large number of production steps and processing methods. In this way, we can shape wood, format it according to specifications, grind, mill, drill and dovetail. These processing steps allow us to manufacture molded parts and even entire cases from wood. We also manufacture the veneer for this. Here we layer and glue the wood and then press it. We also have the tools we need to punch holes to attach locks or hinges.
  • Optimal selection of wood

    Each wood is different and allows you to achieve different goals. Some types of wood are easier to shape, while others are extremely robust or unbreakable. The choice of wood is at the beginning of each project and defines all further processing steps.

  • Creative decors by hand lamination

    A molded wooden part can be hand-laminated with a textile decorative material, leather or synthetic leather after the manufacturing process. This gives great flexibility in the choice of surface decors and colors.
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Materials we process

To create shaped wood for case and molding applications, we press, shape, bend, cut and sand wood. All of our wood is PEFC or FSC certified and we can even use wood that meets TSCA Title VI standards for US exports.

Fine-tuning the exact result

In woodworking, we can change the appearance of a part in a variety of ways. Here we combine the different woodworking methods with our existing machine technology.

  • Cutting

    Depending on the geometry, it is possible to subsequently mill the molded parts or cut them with a water jet. Machining with saws is also possible.

  • Coating

    Molded parts and cases can be covered with textile, synthetic leather or leather to give the wood a decor.

  • Assembly

    The parts can be assembled in a variety of ways, for example using zippers, add-on elements and push buttons or gluing parts together.