Glued Block

Fabrication process

The manufacturing requirements of the MLE are detailed in international standards whose achievement guarantees the structural aptitude of the products. The manufacturing process consists mainly of six stages, differentiated by work areas:


A sharp blade peels the log, now called a block, into continuous sheets of veneer. Every veneer has a firm side and a loose side.


The objective of drying is to reduce the moisture content of the stock to a pre-determined percentage and to produce flat and flexible sheet metal.


Layers, bonded together under pressure by a bonding agent to create a panel with an adhesive bond between sheets, as strong as or stronger than wood.


The pre-press flattens the veneers and transfers the adhesive to the uncoated sheets.

hot pressed

It must reach the necessary curing temperatures until the bond is strong enough for handling.

Trimming and Sanding

they are trimmed, squared, and selected for graduation; many degrees the panel must be sanded to meet end-use requirements

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