The voucher for veneered doors is one of the highest offered veneer qualities. The resulting appearance of the splice, the method of splitting (into a figure, random composition, etc.) is always adapted to the customer’s requirements. All methods of splicing are used in the production of door splitters.
1. for glued joint – so-called butt fitting using hot-melt glue, which is used mainly for smooth doors set either vertically or across
2. Fiber – The splice is sewn together using a Kuper machine. This method is mainly used in the production of one or two upright door splitters, when the uprights are attached to Kuper.
3. manually – sometimes the splices must be fully or partially spliced manually, especially at the frame door, at the customer’s special request for splicing (eg squares) and inlaid doors. Assembly takes place at a specialized workplace intended only for the production of doors on spacious tables using hand-held machines (using fusible fiber)