Timber fabrication starts at the frame design stage. Our shop tools ensure computerized design specifications are executed flawlessly so accuracy will be reflected onsite during the installation process. Once designs are drafted, coordinates are entered into Daizen’s CNC machine, which integrates with our four-sided planer and milling machine to perform precise and efficient cuts for each piece of timber.
When milling is complete, our experienced hand crafters inspect the materials and cuts against design drawings to confirm details have been implemented, properly. As a final step, hand crafters apply custom touch ups on material such as mortises and dovetails.
A texturized finish is then applied, based on the client’s choice for material finish, which enhances the wood grain. For example, contemporary finishes require a smooth texture application, while rustic finishes are enhanced with a rougher texture. A Daizen custom stain is also applied at this stage.
Quality control procedures are completed at the end of the process including careful inspection of all pieces, before the product is wrapped and ready to be shipped.