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Typical flooring designs often leave large amounts of material waste behind in the sawmill. Tomorrow’s Flooring spoke to Dutch hardwood floor and veneer manufacturer, Boleform, to hear about their sustainable, naturally curved designs.

As no two trees are identical, no two Bolefloors are alike. At Bole, we have taken a completely new approach towards the flooring, furniture and interior industry with the help of technological innovation.

Until now, unique surfaces like these have been the province of just a few dedicated craftsmen. With Bole, all that has changed.

Bole is about a totally new design concept for the market at large. Bole

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does not create curvy floors or surfaces, but follows the tree's growth line and natural curve in manufacturing. Our technology enables us to utilise around 20% more of each sawn plank - leaving less waste on the sawmill floor. Bolefloors natural designs are unique and exclusive - no two surfaces are

“Bole does not create curvy floors or surfaces, we follow the tree's growth line and natural curve in manufacturing.”

the same, every project involves a taylor made floor or furniture surface. Our innovative technology combines wood scanning systems, custom- made optimization algorithms and

placement software developed by a Finnish engineering automation

company and three software companies, in cooperation with the Institute of Cybernetics at Tallinn University of Technology. In our production process we employ the finest Homag woodworking machinery.

Boleform B.V, a manufacturer of Bolefloors, also provides complete service from order through to installation, ensuring our natural product is perfectly shaped and laid. Trained installation and

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