From Raw Materials to Baby Crib: How Is a Wooden Crib Made?(include video) May 26, 2023

As the demand for high-quality and safe baby cribs continues to grow, it's essential for business in the childcare industry to understand the manufacturing process behind these products. In this blog post, we will take you on a journey from raw materials to the finished baby wood crib. By gaining insight into the craftsmanship and attention to detail involved, you will be better equipped to appreciate the value of wooden cribs and make informed decisions when selecting suppliers for your business.

From Raw Materials to Baby Crib: How Is a Wooden Crib Made?

Here is the specific steps of manufacturing baby wood crib(include video):

Step 1: Raw Material Storage Area and Raw Material Processing

The manufacturing process begins with a dedicated raw material storage area where high-quality wood is stored. Careful selection of wood is essential to ensure the crib's strength and longevity. Once the raw materials are ready, they undergo processing to prepare them for further manufacturing steps.

Step 2: Pre-Processing: Processing the Specified Material to the Required Length

The raw materials are cut and shaped into specified lengths using advanced cutting machinery. This pre-processing step ensures that each part of the crib is uniform and meets the desired dimensions.

Step 3: Front-End Processing: Milling the Head of the Bed into the Required Shape

To give the crib a distinct and appealing look, the head of the bed is milled into the required shape. This step involves using precision machinery to create intricate designs or patterns, adding a touch of elegance to the crib.

Step 4: Adopting Numerical Control Operation Mode for Integrated Shaping, Slotting, and Profiling

Using the precision of numerical control technology, each part of the bed body undergoes shaping, slotting, and profiling. This integration process ensures that all components fit together seamlessly and accurately.

Step 5: Fine Finishing: Automated Multiple CNC Milling and Drilling Integration

Automated CNC milling and drilling machines are utilized for fine finishing of the crib parts. This process ensures precision and consistency in creating holes and intricate details, guaranteeing a perfect fit during assembly.

Step 6: Finishing: Automatic Punching of Bed Parts

Automated punching machines are employed to create necessary holes, slots, or indentations in the bed parts. This step prepares the components for later assembly stages and ensures proper attachment of different elements.

Step 7: Finishing: CNC Tenoning

To enhance the strength and stability of the crib, CNC tenoning is performed. This process involves creating precise interlocking joints, which contribute to the overall durability of the finished product.

Step 8: Finishing: Multiple Large Single-Material Grinding and Sanding Equipment

The raw material undergoes grinding and sanding using specialized equipment. This step ensures that the surface of the wood becomes smooth and free from any burrs or rough edges, providing a safe environment for the baby.

Step 9: Single-Material Fine Grinding and Repair Process

Each crib part goes through a fine grinding process and repair phase, where any imperfections or irregularities are addressed. This meticulous attention to detail ensures that every component of the crib is flawless and ready for assembly.

Step 10: Finishing: Fine Grinding Process of Assembled Board

After the parts are polished, a fine grinding process is performed on the assembled board. This step ensures that the overall surface of the crib is uniformly smooth and ready for the next stages of the manufacturing process.

Step 11: Grid Strip Selection Inspection Process

To maintain quality control and reduce the defective product rate, a thorough inspection process is carried out to select the grid strips. This step ensures that only the highest-quality strips are used, resulting in a more reliable and durable final product.

Step 12: Whole Piece Assembly Process

The crib is carefully assembled, ensuring that all components fit together securely. Screws are used to fix the surroundings, guaranteeing the safety and stability of the entire crib structure.

Step 13: Accessory Installation - Inner Hexagon, Better Stability

During the assembly process, accessories such as inner hexagon screws are installed. These specialized screws provide enhanced stability and security to the crib structure, ensuring that it can withstand the rigors of everyday use.

Step 14: Piece Inspection Process

To maintain high-quality standards and minimize the defective product rate, a thorough inspection process is conducted on each individual crib piece. This step involves careful examination of the assembled crib to identify any potential flaws or defects that may affect its functionality or aesthetics.

Step 15: Customized Logo - Hot Stamping Process

As a final touch, the manufacturer's logo or brand name can be customized on the crib. This is achieved through a hot stamping process, where a heated die transfers the desired design onto the wooden surface, adding a personalized touch to the finished product.

Step 16: Paint Processing: Primer Blowing Soot

Before applying the final paint, a primer coat is sprayed onto the crib parts. This primer helps to seal the wood, providing a smooth and even surface for the subsequent paint layers while also enhancing the overall durability of the crib.

Step 17: Paint Processing: Secondary Spray Primer

After the primer coat, a secondary spray primer is applied to further enhance the finish and durability of the crib. This additional layer ensures better adhesion of the paint and helps to achieve the desired color and texture.

Step 18: Paint Processing: Manual Sanding and Polishing of Single Material

To eliminate imperfections and achieve a flawless finish, manual sanding and polishing are performed on each individual crib part. This meticulous process smoothens the surface, removes any irregularities, and creates a refined and elegant appearance.

Step 19: Paint Processing: Machine Sanding and Polishing of the Whole Piece

To ensure consistency in the finish, the entire crib is subjected to machine sanding and polishing. This step further enhances the smoothness and appearance of the crib, providing a uniform and flawless finish across all surfaces.

Step 20: Automated Finished Product Packaging Line

Once the crib has undergone all necessary finishing processes, it moves to the automated finished product packaging line. Here, our workers carefully wrap and protect the cribs, readying them for storage and shipment.

Step 21: Finished Product Packaging and Customization

The finished cribs are meticulously packaged to ensure their safety during transportation. Additionally, the packaging can be customized to include the customer's shipping mark, allowing for easy identification and tracking of the products.

Step 22: Warehouse Storage

The packaged cribs are stored in a dedicated warehouse, where they await shipment to customers.


The journey from raw materials to a finished wooden baby crib involves meticulous craftsmanship, adherence to safety standards, and a commitment to quality. Understanding this process equips you with the knowledge necessary to select reliable suppliers and offer your customers high-quality cribs that prioritize safety and durability.

As you build your business, remember to seek out manufacturers who exhibit a deep understanding of the manufacturing process and a commitment to meeting the highest industry standards. By doing so, you can provide your customers with the assurance that they are receiving top-notch wooden cribs for their precious little ones.




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