Tximeleta process

It is a joining system already used by the Egyptians and one of the most widely used in carpentry for centuries. Its function in our covers is to join planks or plank cracks of old trees with a lot of history and that do not continue to open. Our tximeletas are made to perfection. To achieve this, it takes a know-how and many hours of preparation, always by hand, there is no machine that can perform it with such perfection.

Erreka process

It is a system for closing large gaps, either in the plank itself or for joining the trunks together, which, due to the shapes of the trunk itself, create a large gap in the center. It is a kind of sewing that is done with sticks either from the wood itself or in a wood that contrasts and enhances it. The sticks, each of different sizes, adapt to the shape of the hole, are made and placed by hand, one by one, in the hole equal to the size of the stick.

Konikoa process
The action of storms, gales or droughts are decisive in forging the history of each plank. A centennial specimen has knots and irregularities, so we will always use our Konikoa process. This process turns those defects, such as marks or cracks, into virtues of the future piece, extolling its value. Its process is complex and laborious and consists of creating cones of different sizes that are grafted onto the plank until the hole is filled.