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Producing the Face Veneer, step by step (click pictures to enlarge)

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1. The raw material (oak, ash, etc.) is kiln dried and then stacked. (See picture 1, above)
2. The raw material is machined into geometrically accurate cubes. (See picture 2, above)
3. The raw material cubes are sliced into thin (3 mm, 4 mm, 6 mm) veneer pieces. (See picture 3, above)
4. The thin veneer pieces are selected and graded (nature, rustic). (See picture 3, above)
5. For 2 and 3 strips flooring, thin veneer pieces are glued together to form a face veneer sheet. This process can be done manually (See picture 4, above) or automatically. (See picture 5, above)

Producing the Core Board and plywood, step by step (click picture to enlarge)

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1. The raw material (poplar, pine, birch, eucalyptus) is kiln dried and then stacked.
2. The raw material is machined into geometrically accurate strips (three-ply) or rotary cut into veneer (multi-ply)
3. The strips or veneers are selected.
4. The strips or veneers are glued together to form core board or plywood.
5. Core board or plywood is stacked. (See picture 6, left)

Producing the Back Veneer, step by step (click picture to enlarge)

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1. Poplar logs are rotary cut.
2. Poplar veneer rolls are cut into veneer sheets.
3. Back veneer sheets are selected.
4. Back veneer sheets are stacked. (See picture 7, left)

Assembling the 3 layers and making Engineered Wood Flooring (click pictures to enlarge)

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1. Placing face veneers on plywood (multiply) or on core board and back veneer (three ply)
2. Hot pressing into one single wood block. (See picture 8, above)
3. Cutting wood block into individual planks.
4. Effecting repairs. (See picture 9, above)
5. Sanding the face veneer. (See picture 10, above)
6. Sanding the back. (See picture 10, above)
7. Lengthwise tongue and groove. (See picture 11, above)
8. Widthwise tongue and groove. (See picture 11, above)
9. Plank selection.

Varnishing (click pictures to enlarge)

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1. Sanding.
2. First coating - drying.
3. Second coating - drying.
4. Third coating - drying.
5. Sanding.
6. Fourth coating - drying.
7. Fifth coating - drying.
8. Sixth coating - drying. (For 1 to 8, see picture 12, above)
9. Varnish inspection, plank selection and grading. (See picture 13, above)

Note: 3 strips flooring is first varnished and then profiled

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1. Printing cartons with client's marks and sticking product labels.
2. Placing planks into cartons. (See picture 14, left)
3. Sealing cartons with a plastic film.
4. Placing cartons onto pallets.
5. Sealing pallets with plastic film.

Warehousing (click picture to enlarge)

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Marking, stacking and placing pallets in the warehouse, under appropriate environmental conditions. (See picture 15, left)

Delivering to Harbour (click picture to enlarge)

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Our containers are truck or train driven to harbour for shipment. (See picture 16, left)

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