The four common cuts for veneer are rotary, plain sliced, quarter sliced and rift cut.
Gluing, Laminating & Veneering
Panel warp is determined by measuring for cup, bow, or twist. This is done with the panel standing in a vertical position (± 5 degrees). Cup is defined as a deviation from flatness in a plane oriented along the short dimension or width of a panel. To measure the amount of cupping, a calibrated straight edge or a thin cord is stretched vertically on the concave side at each end (corner to corner) and at the midpoint of the panel (edge to edge).
Why this technology may be the future of adhesion at your millwork shop.
By Mark Kraus
Tips for maintaining your roll coater or adhesive spreader.
This year has been a challenge on many fronts, but the composite panel industry has persevered and prospered and looks forward to a brighter 2021.
By Andy O’Hare, CPA President
Decorative surfaces can be broadly separated into two groups – overlays and coatings – and are applied by various techniques to panel products like particleboard, medium density fiberboard (MDF) and hardboard. Provided by the Composite Panel Assn., a brief overview of the different types of overlays is presented below.
The following are some of the possible problems and causes that can occur during the edgebanding process.
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