ABS edgebanding OSBSee swatches
Oriented Strand Board (OSB) is a man-made product created from poplar or from yellow pine wood bits, which are pressed and bound together by adhesive resin and glue.
This modest stuff is mostly used as a substrate during construction projects, leaving other materials to stand in the limelight. Some prefer prettier laminates, but others have managed to use OSB as an alternative and visible material for superb modern furniture design.
From flooring to wall decor and everything in between, unfinished OSB is the latest trend in modern interior design circles. The ‘unfinished’ look takes advantage of the rich texture and pattern that OSB provides to add a little flair. Plus it’s cost-effective and eco-friendly.Is it for you? No doubt, OSB is a unique material that has its place in many décor styles.
That’s why we have created OSB edgebanding: 0.8 mm thickness abs, 3 versions available: smooth, rough embossed and high gloss.
OSB edgeband perfectly combines with boards made of that material. The panel will look as close as possible to a piece of hardwood lumber. OSB is ideal for youth and casual atmospheres in homes, shops or offices. It can be applied in many ways.
With plain coloured melamine boards:
Designers can band a plain coloured melamine in a non conventional way, creating designs which are rich in contrast.
With natural wood veneers:
OSB edgeband, together with natural wood veneers surfaces, achieves an interesting effect. Combining it with same colour woods becomes a new design alternative.
With decorative panels:
The OSB inlay banding products will compliment any decorative panel. It can be applied on wood and in smooth or textured surfaces. It creates contrast in wall panels at offices, restaurants and shops.