With passion since 1980
We turn new to old—every surface is unique, like it has been chopped by hand.
Wood waste has been in high demand the past years, yet the amount available is nowhere near enough to reach the demand. Peter Moser took advantage of this trend 40 years ago and developed a machine that automatically generates chopped planks and timber. Before this, one had to chop wood by hand with a broad hatchet—work that took many hours to complete. Nowadays, hand-chopped wood would not be affordable at all. So, in 1980, Peter Moser began to experiment and developed the world’s first chopping machine for surface processing. Now our machines are fully automatic. They can easily process three-layer boards as large as 6 x 2.1 m.
The technical process of the surface processing is our company secret. However, we can say that the electronic controlling of the choppers allows for 8 million chopping models. So every piece is unique, just like with hand-chopped surfaces.
We refine the natural product wood.
Each wooden surface is treated with the greatest care. We pay great attention to using regional products like spruce, oak, larch or Swiss pine, all of which are quite popular in construction and refurbishments in the Alpine region.