An inventor from Poland is offering design rights to a method of production of decorative panels made of wooden rings joined with a putty, cork or resin filler. The product can be used in construction and furniture industry. Licence agreement is considered.
The client is searching for manufacturing SMEs or larger companies from the construction and furniture industry interested in buying the rights to an industrial design that could be used and marketed as part of their business activities.
An inventor from Poland has developed a method of forming unique panels consisted of wooden rings joined with putty, cork or resin. The rings are made of coniferous tree branches cut into pieces with the thickness of 2 to 5 mm. These rings are mechanically pressed into a substrate and joined together with a filler. Finally, the surface is smoothed and varnished. The product has a wide range of applications as a decorative element. It can be used in windowsills, doors, window and door frames, skirting boards, fireplace trims, facade decorations, balconies, poles, gazebos, as well as chairs, benches and tables (as panels, decorative elements or tiles). It is an environmentally-friendly product, resistant to weather conditions and to a wide range of loads in everyday use. The client is offering design rights to partners interested in concluding a licence agreement in order to increase chances to put the product on international markets.
– Environmentally-friendly product due to easy access to raw material that can be obtained from leftovers after wood logging, – Many applications possible and impressive final effect, due to quite unusual use of material acquired from tree branches, – Easy method of production in several variants (various filler), – Considerably high resistance of surface, – Low cost of production, – Alternative to traditional veneering or lamination.