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XLam Cross Laminated Timber

XLam Cross Laminated Timber is a generic name given to large structural building panels made from solid wood boards glued together in layers. Like plywood, CLT panels are very strong because the layers of boards run in opposing directions.

The manufacturing process for our Cross Laminated Timber entails taking raw rough-sawn Radiata pine boards from the sawmill and cutting out large knots and other defects which usually makes for reduced lengths. The shorter boards are then finger-jointed together into the selected length for their intended CLT panel, then planed on all sides. The planed boards are placed into a press in layers of alternating direction, with glue applied between the layers. Pressure is applied, and after curing, panels are removed from the press and trimmed to exact sizes and edge profiles at a CNC machining centre. They are then ready for delivery to the building site. 

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