There are multiple ways to join together pieces of wood: screwing, nailing, gluing, etc. These processes are well known and widely distributed, but they haven’t evolved much over the past decades. And they often come with certain pain points and frustrations.
For example, gluing is inaccurate or requires a lot of additional tools such as screw clamps or other clamping devices. Furthermore, it's time-consuming. Nailing and screwing can provide an instant connection, but they have aesthetic drawbacks and add weight.
Therefore, we challenged ourselves to find a new substitute for these traditional fixation solutions. WoodWelding® technology was the result.