New end-grain edgebanding added to Egger Decorative Collection at IWF 2018
July 17, 2018 | 11:10 am CDT
LANGLEY, B.C. - Visitors to the Rugby, Hardwoods and Paxton at the International Woodworking Fair in Atlanta next month can see that Egger has enhanced the Egger Decorative Collection 2017 – 2019 by expanding it’s offering to include a fitting finish for decorative surfaces.
The new Egger edge banding range includes new-to-North-America end-grain edging, in addition to the perfectly color-matched, accent edges.
The color and texture of all edge banding is perfectly coordinated with the board decors and textures, ensuring a consistent appearance. Whether exciting color contrasts or an accentuated edge, many designs can be developed with the wide color range. The end-grain edging, which is unique to the industry, perfects the natural effect of decors with deeply brushed textures, because of their intriguing high-quality appearance.
In combination with the matching Egger ABS edging on the boards’ longitudinal sides, customers have access to the right solution for all types of decorative lamination. Egger ABS edge banding has a high scratch resistance and resistance to abrasion. ABS edging is stocked and available in 0.8 and 2.0 mm variants and the regular widths of 23 to 54 mm. Come experience EGGER edge banding at IWF, and learn how to save time and effort by sourcing boards and edges from a single supplier.
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Bill wrote for, FDMC and Closets & Organized Storage magazines. 

Bill's background includes more than 10 years in print manufacturing management, followed by more than 30 years in business reporting on industrial manufacturing in the forest products industries, including printing and packaging at American Printer (Features Editor) and Graphic Arts Monthly (Editor in Chief) magazines; and in secondary wood manufacturing for

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In addition to his work as a journalist, Bill supports efforts to expand and improve educational opportunities in the manufacturing sectors, including 10 years on the Print & Graphics Scholarship Foundation; six years with the U.S. WoodLinks; and currently on the Woodwork Career Alliance Education Committee. He is also supports the Greater West Town Training Partnership Woodworking Program, which has trained more than 950 adults for industrial wood manufacturing careers. 

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