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Leidorf GmbH is Your supplier for
BauBuche

BauBuche
in stock in St. Martin im Innkreis
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We are specialists in the sale and processing of beech.
Stocked at location A-4973 St. Martin im Innkreis

 

BauBuche panels

Quality:
Non-visible quality, industrial quality on request

Maximum panel size: 1.82 x 13.50 m

We are happy to cut the panels to the desired format

Available dimensions of BauBuche panel Q and BauBuche panel S:

BauBuche panel Q
Non-sight

Baubuche Platte Leidorf Händler
Baubuche Platte Leidorf Händler
20 mm Panel thickness
40 mm Panel thickness

BauBuche slab S
Non-sight

Baubuche Träger Leidorf Händler
Baubuche Träger Leidorf Händler
40 mm Panel thickness
50 mm Special thickness

BauBuche Beam GL75

We also supply BauBuche beams GL75 for your project. You can buy the beams directly from us - also with machining.

Quality:
Visible quality, surfaces and edges sanded (grain size 80), chamfered

Available beam widths:

Baubuche Träger Leidorf Händler
Baubuche Träger Leidorf Händler
Baubuche Träger Leidorf Händler
50 mm
60 mm
80 mm
Baubuche Träger Leidorf Händler
Baubuche Träger Leidorf Händler
100 mm
120 mm
Baubuche Träger Leidorf Händler
Baubuche Träger Leidorf Händler
Baubuche Träger Leidorf Händler
160 mm
200 mm
240 mm
Baubuche Träger Leidorf Händler
Baubuche Träger Leidorf Händler
280 mm
300 mm

Available beam heights:

Baubuche Träger Leidorf Händler
80 mm
Baubuche Träger Leidorf Händler
120 mm
Baubuche Träger Leidorf Händler
160 mm
Baubuche Träger Leidorf Händler
200 mm
Baubuche Träger Leidorf Händler
240 mm
Baubuche Träger Leidorf Händler
280 mm
Baubuche Träger Leidorf Händler
... mm
Baubuche Träger Leidorf Händler
1200 mm
Baubuche Träger Leidorf Händler
1240 mm
Baubuche Träger Leidorf Händler
1280 mm
Baubuche Träger Leidorf Händler
1320 mm
Baubuche Träger Leidorf Händler
1360 mm

in 40 mm steps

Available beam lengths:

2 - 18 m

ETA BauBuche beam

Declaration of performance BauBuche Beam

BEECH GL75 AND BSH GL24 IN COMPARISON

BSH GL24
BauBuche GL75
Comparison
Flexural strength
fm,k
24 N/mm²
75 N/mm²
+ 213%
Transverse compressive strength
fc,90,k
2.7 N/mm²
10 N/mm²
+ 270%
E-modulus
E0,mean
11,600 N/mm²
16,800 N/mm²
+ 45%
"BauBuche is an extraordinary and very aesthetic building material. And as is often the case with beautiful things, BauBuche is not always easy. In our case, not always easy to process. We have many years of experience with the material and have therefore been able to specialise in the processing of BauBuche. Thanks to our warehouse in Austria, we can deliver quickly and cost-effectively. We are also happy to offer the joinery "
Alexander Leidorf
Founder and Managing Director of Leidorf GmbH
BauBuche Event Tent
Image: Strhoboid
Tent built from BauBuche poles
Image: Strhoboid
Hanging out in the wooden tent
Image: Strhoboid
3 tents combined
3 tents combined
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BauBuche
Event tent made entirely of wood
Info and photos: www.strohboid.com

Segmented shell made from beech

Several institutes at the University of Stuttgart worked interdisciplinarily on the development of a wide-span, thin shell construction made of
Wood. The aim was to construct a segmented shell of prefabricated, polygonal individual panels for an exhibition. The project participants chose BauBuche as the panel material because of its high load-bearing capacity.

The Institute for Computer-Based Design (ICD) and the Institute for Structural Design (ITKE) at the University of Stuttgart, in collaboration with the Institute for Structural Mechanics (IBB) at the University of Stuttgart and the Invertebrate Paleontology (invertebrates: invertebrates) and Palaeoclimatology Department at the University of Tübingen, have designed and built a thin, segmented wooden shell made of BauBuche panels only 2 cm thick. The shell construction, called "Segmented Shell", was part of the special exhibition "baubionik - biologie beflügelt architektur" at the Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde in Stuttgart, Schloss Rosenstein. During the exhibition period, this domed structure welcomed visitors as soon as they entered the museum space for which it was designed and confronted them directly with the beauty of the material's surface design. The geometry of the pavilion also allows visitors to walk around the shell and take a close look at the technical execution.

Joining individual panels by tilting finger joints

With spans between around 7 m and 8 m, the thin segmental shell covered around 70 m2. In the process, 96 individual slabs formed the segmented shell structure, which was about 3.60 m high in the stitch. Plan Segmented Shellthree-dimensional puzzle. It is the result of a static optimisation taking into account the boundary conditions of the museum space and the exhibition itself. The BauBuche panels are milled out at the edges like the battlements of a castle, so that the bulges engage in the indentations of the respective adjoining panel - those involved in the project refer to this stable type of connection as a finger joint, in the sense of interlocking fingers when folding hands. This allowed the panels to be angled slightly in the respective edge joint and the transitions between the individual segments of different inclinations to be made without further ado. U-shaped, "ramp-like" milled grooves in the tops of the slabs of the meandering edge areas enabled the screw connection and the flexurally rigid connection of the edges from both slab sides.

Special type of sea urchin "sand dollar" as model for the construction

The "Segmented Shell" is one of a series of experimental buildings at the University of Stuttgart that is investigating the application potential of new computer-based design, simulation and manufacturing methods in architecture. Its completion was preceded by an investigation into the construction of shells of highly adapted sea urchins called "Sanddollars". These consist of modular polygonal plates connected at the edges by finger-like calcite protrusions and organic fibres. Sand dollars also show high geometric diversity in terms of overall shape and plate arrangement, and their skeleton is also characterised by high load-bearing capacity. In this sense, the shell of a sand dollar exhibits morphological characteristics that are also required of many shell structures in building construction: a predominantly flat curvature, openings and connections between the upper and lower surfaces. This sea urchin species therefore serves bionics (science that attempts to solve technical problems based on nature's model) as a suitable model for shell-like constructions in building construction and thus also for the exhibition's thin wooden dome. BauBuche, in turn, provided the ideal material properties for this.

- Text by Susanne Jacob-Freitag -