CNC Timber Cutting

What constitutes a Solid Timber?

Solid timber is wood cut directly in length-form from fully grown and matured trees. Because of its natural, unaltered state, it still contains the types of knots, grains and imperfections that you would expect to see. The most popular and common types of solid timbers are Oak, Maple and Walnut, plus Australian varieties such as Spotted Gum, Blackwood, Blackbutt, Jarrah and Hoop Pine.

Solid Timber vs Engineered Timber

Engineered timber (aka laminated timber) is made up of a few layers of wood, including thin hardwood and high-quality plywood, interlocked together for strength and stability. Unlike solid timbers, knots and imperfections are cut out so the appearance is much smoother and more uniform. It’s cheaper and less susceptible to warping than solid timber, however, it won’t last as long and can only be sanded and refinished once or twice before the top layer wears down.

Why choose Timber for CNC cutting?

CNC timber cutting is a great way to make durable and high-quality bespoke pieces. Full of texture and a lot of character, they work well for doing detailed and intricate cuts, shapes and carving (just make sure your CNC machine is on the wood setting so it doesn’t burn or blunt).

What can you make from CNC cut Timber?

You can make many types of indoor and outdoor furniture when CNC cutting timber, such as tables, chairs and cabinets, decks and construction workbenches. Other, more custom pieces that can be crafted include sculptures, hockey sticks and musical instruments such as guitars. You can also make joinery pieces for woodworking.

How much does CNC Timber cutting cost?

Pricing always depends on the type of project you have (i.e. size and design requirements). 

Please contact us with your enquiries or specific instructions for a free quote.

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