Multi-layer plates

We offer 3-layer plates made of antique wood. Each layer consists of a massive lamella from this material. Then the layers are glued together. Possible small flaws such as knag holes are filled and fixed with antique wood.

Třívrstvá deska (biodeska)

Advantages of the plates:

  • Transversal gluing causes the plates to be more resistant to deflections and warping.
  • It is natural, harmless material
  • Resilient when bent

Usage: 

These plates are mostly used in joinery. Products: table plates, doors, floorboards, furniture making (beds, wardrobes etc.) They can also be used indoor or outdoor as wall and ceiling veneers. These massive plates are one of the most expensive wooden materials. Their cost is usually around 100 Euros/m2.

Types of surfaces:

original - manually hewn

sun burnt texture

Available sizes:

Thickness: 19 mm, 30 mm, 40 mm, 50 mm, 60 mm

Width: 1025 mm, 1220 mm

Length: 1000 mm, 1500 mm, 1700 mm, 2000 mm, 2200 mm, 2500 mm

Glue used: waterproof glue type RAKOLL GXL 4

Face side: one side or both sides

It is possible to make different sizes, if requested by the customer.

How to store:

The plates have to be kept in a dry indoor place, in horizontal position bottomed on joists, which should be approximately 1 m far from each other. The manufacturer cannot guarantee the quality of the goods if they are stored inappropriately by the purchaser.

photo gallery:

Multi-layer plates - color light

examples of realization:

interior Multi-layer plates - ORIGINAL - MANUALLY HEWN

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Once upon a time there was a boy growing in a small cottage in the mountains. As the time passed he had to face the necessity to leave his home and find work in the wide world outside. He never returned home again and eventually married a girl from the outside world and had children with her. When he began to build a house for his family he suddenly remembered his childhood and him as the small boy living in the mountains with the scattered timber houses...