Bent wood are those made by wetting wood (either by soaking or by steaming), then bending it and letting it harden into curved shapes and patterns.
In furniture making this method is often used in the production of rocking chairs, cafe chairs, and other light furniture. The process is in widespread use for making casual and informal furniture of all types, particularly seating and table forms.
The process begins with the pressing of glued veneer layer in their predetermined shape.
Accordingly here in the pressing process the veneers must be attached to each other and laminated on top of each other. Any variance in the thickness within a shell is also applied here. Every model of wooden shell has its own forming tool. The glued veneers within the forming tool are subjected to very high pressure of up to 300 tones for a precisely calculated time. The duration of the press further depends on the mode of heating which can be done electrical heaters, or steam or maybe by high frequency.