In England during the reign of King Henry VIII, most ordinary Tudor housing was built with a wooden frame that was then filled with sticks and wet clay in a process known as wattle and daub. As the timber beams were often coated in tar to prevent rotting, this gave these Tudor homes a distinctive black and white exterior and examples of these Tudor buildings can still be seen today, some 500 years later.

Laser cutting is one of the best and most advanced forms of cutting, especially compared to other classic forms of cutting. The laser cutting process is extremely precise and offers high quality results. One of the major advantages of laser cutting is that it can be applied to a wide range of materials, including stainless steel, mild steel, aluminum, wood and plastics.

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