Our sawn veneers are sawn on a historic
veneer saw in accordance with the
horizontal reciprocating principle dating
from 1888. Although the transmission drive
is no longer powered by water, the
production process has not changed at all
otherwise. We even produce the blades
ourselves - which are decisive for the
quality of the sawn veneer. Saw blades
similar to those used 100 years ago are
produced by cutting, whetting and setting
the teeth made from metal blanks. In order
to saw the complete trunk – and thus
produce minimum waste – the wood is
glued onto planks and then clamped on the
veneer saw.
The carriage of
our veneer saw with
clamped plank