Definitions for "Glulam"
Structural wood product made by bonding together laminations of dimension lumber.
A shorthand version of Glue Laminated. Glue Laminated is a process in which individual pieces of lumber or veneer are bonded together with an adhesive to make a single piece, with the grain of each piece running parallel to the grain of each of the other pieces.
A timber made up of a large number of small strips of wood glued together.