Engineered (Composite) Wood 

Cutting Patterns

Pitago Optimizers: Turning "Waste" into Cash

Running a sawmill isn't just about cutting timber – it's about cutting smart. We get it – you're hustling, making the most of every log that rolls through your doors. But what if we told you there's a way to squeeze even more juice out of that wood? Yeah, we're talking about turning "waste" into cash.
Your cutting optimization software, Pitago Optimizers? The one that's been saving your behind, making sure you're not losing an inch of those precious logs? Well, buckle up because it's time to take it up a notch. You're not just optimizing cuts; you're optimizing your profit game.
Picture this: You're not just predicting what timber you'll churn out – you're predicting your waste. Yep, those funky-shaped pieces that used to be a headache? You'll know how many, how big, and when you'll have 'em. They're not trash. They're your golden ticket to more dough.
We're talking about engineered wood producers – those guys who are hungry for sustainable materials to fuel their innovation. Guess what? Your so-called waste wood? It's their jackpot. That cutting optimization software? You're not just cutting wood; you're cutting deals.
Here's where the real magic happens. Engineered wood producers are actively seeking sustainable and cost-effective raw materials to create their innovative products. That waste wood you've accurately identified? It's a prime candidate for repurposing into engineered wood. By partnering with these producers, you're not just minimizing waste and disposal costs – you're opening up a whole new revenue stream.
With the log-to-timber cutting optimization software, you're not just optimizing your internal processes; you're revolutionizing your entire approach to profitability. You're shaping a future where waste isn't wasted anymore, but rather transformed into assets. You're becoming a key player in the sustainable construction revolution, contributing to a greener environment while bolstering your bottom line.

Engineered (Composite) Wood:
Additional Revenue Stream for Sawmills

Transforming Waste into Profit

Engineered (Composit) Wood
What is Engineered Wood?: Engineered wood boards are generally made from the same hardwoods and softwoods used to manufacture timber, but mixed with additives like adhesives. This type of wood often utilizes waste wood from sawmills. this is a process that allows to use waste wood from sawmills that otherwise would not have been able to be saved.
Utilizing Waste Wood: In traditional sawmill operations, certain pieces of wood—due to irregular shapes, defects, or size limitations—cannot be used directly to produce standard timber. This wood, often referred to as "waste wood," had limited applications and was often relegated to low-value uses such as wood chips or mulch. However, the emergence of engineered wood technology has paved the way for a transformative process. Waste wood can now be repurposed into engineered wood, breathing new life into materials that would otherwise go to waste.
Benefits for Sawmills:
Waste Minimization: Sawmills produce substantial waste during the timber production process, including irregular pieces, trimmings, and sawdust that may not meet traditional timber specifications. By collaborating with engineered wood producers, sawmills can dramatically reduce waste and associated disposal costs.
Additional Revenue Stream: Rather than treating waste wood as a cost, sawmills can generate extra income by selling it to engineered wood manufacturers.
Cost Savings: Diverting waste wood to engineered wood production can lower overall operational costs for sawmills. It leads to savings in waste management expenses and might reduce the need for specific disposal-related equipment and processes.
Partnerships and Collaboration: Partnering with engineered wood producers fosters collaboration between different segments of the wood processing industry, encouraging knowledge sharing and innovation.
Diversification of Product Offerings: Engineered wood products find application in diverse industries, from construction to furniture manufacturing. Supplying waste wood to engineered wood producers allows sawmills to indirectly contribute to various sectors and broaden their customer base.
Market Demand: As engineered wood gains popularity due to its versatility and environmental benefits, there's a growing demand for sustainable construction materials. By supplying waste wood to engineered wood manufacturers, sawmills can tap into this demand and establish a steady market for their byproducts.
Technological Advancements: Collaborating with engineered wood producers exposes sawmills to technological advancements in wood processing, adhesives, and manufacturing methods, potentially leading to process improvements and higher-quality products.
Sawmills gain from reduced waste management costs, new revenue streams, and heightened environmental practices. Engineered wood producers access cost-effective and sustainable raw materials, driving efficiency and ecological consciousness. Through engineered wood, the once-discarded waste wood finds renewed purpose in constructing a greener future. Engineered (Composite) Wood