The new production plant of Stuberholz AG does not score with fully automatic processing bridges, but focuses on material handling
The leading timber journal mikado interviews Benjamin Fankhauser
The Lehner GmbH from Heidenheim relies on stationary workplaces in their newly equipped plant that combine many production steps in one place.
With increasing urbanization and the legislative measures against urban sprawl, compact building is becoming more and more important in Switzerland.
Industry 4.0 is not necessarily synonymous with automation and automation has nothing to do with profitability.
A new trend could emerge in the manufacture of roof trusses.
The trend towards individual solutions in timber construction and construction is generally continuing. This also has an impact on production.
Fasteners do not always have to be used to manufacture wooden construction elements. They can also be glued.
Glued box girders for roofs and ceilings with a larger span
BPS made of rosewood for MultiPly Pavilion in London on a vacuum press
Whether sprinting, hurdling, long jump or javelin throwing – thanks to ribbed slabs, athletes in Aarau can now train in the dry.
The new concept for optimizing space, minimizing transport and material flow without cutting down on flexibility
BSP in Kundengrösse, gewünschter Qualität, Holzart und termingerecht herstellen. Mit wenig Aufwand.
From small construction companies to the wood industry. What makes vacuum presses so popular in CLT production?
Glued Box Girders with 21 m span for exposition hall
With their energetic, static and aesthetic properties, box girders are popular with single-family houses and additions.
A new production method changes the production of box girder elements for use in attics and false ceilings.
The latest trend in timber construction is the gluing of load-bearing wooden parts such as box girders and ribbed slabs.