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Thick Veneer Edgebanding

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Thick veneer rolls are constructed using several veneer layers of standard thickness (0,5 mm) pressed together to form a sandwich to the desired thickness.

Possible widths range from 14 mm to 250 mm.

Why thick edges in rolls are the perfect substitute for solid veneer strips?

First quality veneer is used on the upper layer, insuring thus the finest aspect of tonality and grain required.

Thick veneer rolls are more flexible than solid veneer strips.

Continuous thick veneer rolls can be used on automatic edge banding machines.

Roughened base layer ensures perfect adherence.

Offers better and easier conservation and storage possibilities.

Endless thick veneer rolls ensure minimum wastage during edging process.

What is the edgeband thickness according to the number of layers?

Standard dimensions table

HOW WE DO THICK VENEER IN ROLLS

Veneer’s selection

To produce thick edges, veneers are previously selected (quality choice and colour coordination). Although it depends on the timber species, quarter cut, with a uniform, straight vertical grain, is preferred through the world by furniture designers, obtaining an almost invisible spice line.

Union

To obtain an almost invisible spice line veneer sheets are put together by an irregular taped zig-zag union. This technique optically conceals the union of both sheets and the backside is strengthened with fabric.

Pressing and gluing

If the veneer is not perfectly flat, it’s pressed before being turned into edges. Reducing veneer buckles avoids edge banding application failures, thus eliminating the risk of production interruptions.

All single layers are bonded together using PVA glues. These glues boost flexibility and are resistant to humidity.

Cutting and bonding

The edge banding manufacturing process ends up by saw slicing the jumbo rolls, to ensure clean cut and to avoid splintering.

The roughened backside of our thick edges (40 grit) ensures a strong bonding surface.

Packing

Finally, the thick veneer rolls are packed in cardboard boxes or pallets. If requested by the customer, rolls are wrapped in plastic bags, to preserve wood qualities.

Veneer’s selection

To produce thick edges, veneers are previously selected (quality choice and colour coordination). Although it depends on the timber species, quarter cut, with a uniform, straight vertical grain, is preferred through the world by furniture designers, obtaining an almost invisible spice line.

Union

To obtain an almost invisible spice line veneer sheets are put together by an irregular taped zig-zag union. This technique optically conceals the union of both sheets and the backside is strengthened with fabric.

Pressing and gluing

If the veneer is not perfectly flat, it’s pressed before being turned into edges. Reducing veneer buckles avoids edge banding application failures, thus eliminating the risk of production interruptions.

All single layers are bonded together using PVA glues. These glues boost flexibility and are resistant to humidity.

Cutting and bonding

The edge banding manufacturing process ends up by saw slicing the jumbo rolls, to ensure clean cut and to avoid splintering.

The roughened backside of our thick edges (40 grit) ensures a strong bonding surface.

Packing

Finally, the thick veneer rolls are packed in cardboard boxes or pallets. If requested by the customer, rolls are wrapped in plastic bags, to preserve wood qualities.

We have a wide variety of finishes and veneers. To learn more, please select the product you are interested in:

  • Natural / Raw
  • Fixed Length
  • Hot Melt Pre-Glued
  • Soft Sanding and Back Calibrated Sanding
  • Fleeced
  • Varnish Options
  • Peel and stick
  • Primer
  • Textures and embossings
  • Protective film
  • Hot melt laser coating
  • Natural species
  • Fineline Veneers
  • Dyed veneers
  • Cross Grain Veneer
  • Burl and veneer roots
  • Thermo-treated, smoked and aged veneers
  • Sawcut Veneer
  • Solid End-Grain Edgebanding
  • Printed Veneer
  • Elaboration of customer's veneer

Fabrication process