What is finger-jointed solid wood door

The door is an indispensable thing for every family. What is a solid wood door? Finger-joining solid wood doors, it is just the popular name, the formal name is to do glulam or integrated finger joints. Understand the characteristics of Glulam will understand Glulam solid wood doors.

(1) The glulam is manufactured from the short material of the solid wood into the required size, shape and shape, so that the small material can be used in large quantities and the inferior material can be used favorably.

(2) The timber material used in the glulam material is rid of knots, rot and other wood defects prior to gluing so that less defects can be produced. When the board is fitted, wood defects can be dispersed even if there are still wood defects.

(3), Glulam retains the texture of natural wood and looks beautiful.

(4) After the glulam raw material is fully dried, the moisture content of each part is even when the large cross-section and long-size material is used. Compared with the solid wood, the cracking and deformation are small.

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(5) It is superior to solid wood in physical and mechanical properties such as tensile and compressive resistance and material quality uniformity, and can be configured according to the strength of the laminate to improve its strength properties. Tests have shown that its strength properties are solid wood 1.5 times.

(6) As needed, the laminated material can be manufactured into a straight shape or a curved shape. According to the requirements of the corresponding strength, it can be made into a cross-section gradient structure along the length direction, and can also be manufactured into I-shaped, hollow square cross-section Glulam.

(7) It is an ideal material for a wooden structural member to produce a curved shape.

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