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EDGEBANDING
ZERO LINE

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The laser and the hot air technologies can be considered as one of the most recent innovations of the edgebanding industry.

The objective of these skilled techniques is making the joint between the edge and the surface almost invisible for the customer. For this reason it is known as Zero Line.

Why using Zero Line edgeband?

The polypropylene on the back of the edgeband has the same colour than the main part of the edgeband, and most probable it also has the same tone as the surface of the board. Thanks to this, the joint is less visible as there is no intermediate body, such as the glue, in a different tone

How hot air edgebanding works?

The back layer of the PP of the edge melts by the implementation of compressed air at high temperatures. The investment is inferior to the one of laser, as it has a simpler technology and an inferior maintenance.

It is recommended for medium and small series.

How diode laser edgebanding works?

The back layer of polypropylene of the edge melts by means with a laser diode. This involves a high investment, and the systems of lens and sources of laser are complex and delicate.

It is recommended for big productions.

The laser and the hot air technologies can be considered as one of the most recent innovations of the edgebanding industry.

The objective of these skilled techniques is making the joint between the edge and the surface almost invisible for the customer. For this reason it is known as Zero Line.

In Cantisa we have available two different versions of Zero Line edgebanding. Here you can find the technical features of each version. They are known as pre-glued and direct coextrusion.

Pre-glued laser

The edge with pre-glued laser preparation is also known as laser preparation.

Based on a Standard edge a thin functional layer of PP is implemented on the back of the edge. This functional layer is the one that melts and subsequently penetrates on the agglomerate.

In this way a standard edgeband transforms into a special edgeband that can be used with a bundle of laser or hot air.

Technical features

Minimum order: one roll

Available widths: any width from 19mm to 60mm

Available finishes and thicknesses: contact with our office.

Direct coextrusion

The sheet that is in contact with the agglomerate is very thin (0.2mm). Both the hot air and the laser are used to reactivate and melt this layer. Once it’s melted, the layer of polypropylene penetrates on the agglomerate and consequently disappears.

The sheet on the outside of the edge is thicker, therefore it does not experience the effect from the fusion of using laser or hot air.

Both sheets develop a single body and have a similar tone to the one of the board surface.

Technical features

Minimum order: one roll for references available ex-stock. Contact us to know minimun order for other colours.

Available widths: any width.

Available finishes and thicknesses: contact with our office.

In Cantisa we have available two different versions of Zero Line edgebanding. Here you can find the technical features of each version. They are known as pre-glued and direct coextrusion.

Pre-glued laser

The edge with pre-glued laser preparation is also known as laser preparation.

Based on a Standard edge a thin functional layer of PP is implemented on the back of the edge. This functional layer is the one that melts and subsequently penetrates on the agglomerate.

In this way a standard edgeband transforms into a special edgeband that can be used with a bundle of laser or hot air.

Technical features

Minimum order: one roll.

Available widths: any width from 19mm to 60mm.

Available finishes and thicknesses: contact with our office.

Direct coextrusion

The sheet that is in contact with the agglomerate is very thin (0.2mm). Both the hot air and the laser are used to reactivate and melt this layer. Once it’s melted, the layer of polypropylene penetrates on the agglomerate and consequently disappears.

The sheet on the outside of the edge is thicker, therefore it does not experience the effect from the fusion of using laser or hot air.

Both sheets develop a single body and have a similar tone to the one of the board surface.

Technical features

Minimum order: one roll for references available ex-stock. Contact us to know minimun order for other colours.

Available widths: any width.

Available finishes and thicknesses: contact with our office.