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Hi Robin, do you have any more context, otherwise we could makeloads of guesses
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Explanation: 'vernetzt' is usually 'cross-linked' in a chemical context, I think.
There are some Google hits for 'cross-linked wood', but I'm not sure how reliable they are. In any case, I don't think it is 'laminated'.
Herbert Eppel United Kingdom Local time: 08:48 Works in field Native speaker of: German
Explanation: My guess is that the wood are stitched, i.e. something like this symbol: #. And these #s are connected to make one piece, since the word vernetztes includes the word netz, which means a net.