Laminated wood is obtained by superimposing and gluing by pressing several layers of natural wood. Each layer is obtained by radial cutting of the wood, and the adhesive used is a special one, water resistant. The result is a rigid and stable structure, in which the deformations and volume changes of each layer are annihilated by the other layers.
Constructive technical description
Compared to other carpentry systems (AL or PVC), laminated wood can be used in the construction of complex structures, arches, arches, solids, load-bearing, entirely of wood and glass without the need to use other additional metal structures for reinforcement.