All veneers are carefully selected to ensure that the final product is of superior quality. After selection, the veneers sheets are finger-jointed by Ludy finger-joint machines. This is the most important part of the process as it determines the quality of the product.
The finger-jointed rolls are either coated with hotmelt or laminated with fleece paper. We ensure that sufficient hotmelt is applied so that no matter how bad the quality of the panel is, our edgebanding sticks to the board.
The other option is the fleece backing where we use the fleece paper that is imported from Germany. With only the right ingredients of materials (right fleece and the right PVAs glue) and the experience, the perfect result is achieved.
After this process, the veneer is sanded to the desired thickness (ranges between 0.5mm-0.4mm)
The sanded rolls are now ready for the cutting phase. The widths of rolls are determined by the customers. It could range from 19mm to 200mm. After cutting, the rolls are packed and ready for dispatch to the waiting customers.