Mechanical pre-cutting is a technology in which the joints and joints of columns and beams of wooden houses are machined by hand, which was conventionally done with hand tools. By reading the information on the blueprint with a computer and cutting it with a fully automatic processing machine, highly accurate columns and beams are produced.
High precision can be secured by using CAD, and the finished surface is beautiful, and curved surfaces such as joints and joints can be processed freely.
The strength of the joint is up to 1.5 times that of manual processing. In the case of round processing, the load is dispersed, so the actual strength is further increased.
For example, when making a structural material for a 30 tsubos house, the construction period that would have taken 20 days manually by one person is reduced to just 1 day. Significant cost reductions are possible due to the significant reduction in work time.
The machine will accurately process the wood along the automated lines. Wood is dried and antiseptic/antproof is applied to produce high quality precut materials.