Three-layer panel is a cross-laminated solid wood panel consisting of three layers. Outer two layers are made of the same wood type, while the inner layer could be made of the different wood type. Elements of the inner layer are oriented at right angles to one another and then glued together, while the elements of outer layers are oriented and glued together at the same angle.
A cross-laminated solid wood panel is firmer and more resistant due to the way it is glued together and processed. It also meets the highest criteria of aesthetics and perfection. Our three-layer panels are primarily intended for specific furniture.
Alder is evenly textured, with a subdued grain pattern, and has a moderate weight and hardness. Because of its uniform, small pore structure and consistency of color, alder is a preferred wood for finishing.