Brushing

Brushing in parquet is the manufacturing process that is carried out to obtain a rough and textured surface on the wood. Using special brushes made of plastic and metal, the hard part of the wood is left in relief, allowing the grain to emerge, so that all the naturalness of the chosen wood species can manifest itself in its simplicity.

When brushing, a rotating brush is used to remove soft wood and leave the wood grain in relief. This process creates a rustic, natural look on your hardwood floor, highlighting the beauty of the material. Brushing can be done on different types of wood, such as oak or walnut, and can be used for interior wood floors or exterior wood floors.

Hand planing

Hand planing in wooden floors consists in shaping the surface of the wood with special tools, planes, and a lot of effort and experience of the operator who, in an absolutely manual and artisanal way, shapes the surface of the wood, enhancing the relationship between nature and man.

Hand planing in wooden flooring is a manufacturing process that is done manually to obtain a smooth and even surface on the wood. When hand planing, a hand plane, a sharp-bladed tool, is used to remove a thin layer of wood from the floor surface. This process requires skill and precision on the part of the operator, as it is necessary to work carefully to obtain a uniform surface without irregularities. Hand planing can be used to remove scratches, marks or imperfections on the wood, making the floor surface smoother and ready for finishing. It is a more labor-intensive process than machine planing, but may be preferred in some cases due to its precision and manual control.

Machine planing

Machine planing on wooden floors aims to reproduce the artisanal effect carried out by the skilled hand of man with the aid of modern systems that reproduce a programmed movement of the tools.

Machine planing in wooden flooring is a manufacturing process that is carried out to obtain a smooth and uniform surface on the wood. When planing, a planing machine is used that removes a thin layer of wood from the floor surface. This process is useful for removing any irregularities, scratches or marks on the wood, making the floor surface more uniform and ready for finishing. Machine planing can be performed on different types of wood and can be combined with other manufacturing processes, such as sanding or polishing, to achieve the desired result.

Serrated

The serration in the wooden floor reproduces with modern machines the effect of the saw used on the trunks to cut the boards in the old “Venetian” type sawmills, where the blade and the trunk were moved with the driving force of the water from the streams .

Machine serration in wooden flooring is a manufacturing process that is carried out to create a surface with a serrated effect on the wood. During serration, a special machine is used that creates incisions or grooves on the surface of the wooden floor. This process can be used to create a rustic or vintage look on the floor, adding a unique design element. Machine serrating can be performed on different types of wood and can be combined with other manufacturing processes, such as sanding or finishing, to achieve the desired result.

Profiling with bevel

The perimeter of the boards is enhanced by chamfering the corner. In this way the size of the board emerges, making the difference between slat and slat evident.

Profiling without bevel

The perimeter of the elements remains sharp-edged so that the entire wooden surface, once installed, is homogeneous, continuous and without the prominence of the individual slats.

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