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Engineered wood improves natural strength

​Structural designer and lecturer at the Delft University, Vincent Raadschelders, speaks about how the natural strength of timber is used in engineered wood.

Structural engineer Vincent Raadschelders
29.12.2016
Vincent Raadschelders

​Engineered wood improves natural strength

Structural designer and lecturer at the Delft University, Vincent Raadschelders, speaks about how the natural strength of timber is used in engineered wood to create a material with surprising material possibilities and an innate strength that enables large spans and prefabricated modul​​es.

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