Melamine Faced Plywood
Common Types: Melamine faced plywood, mdf, particle board and blockboard.
Melamine board is multi-layer plywood coated with melamine impregnated paper on one side or both sides of the board.
The decor paper comes with many designs including white, black, wood grain, stone grain, solid colors, synchronized grain texture, and a lot more.
We have many paper suppliers and our melamine color range can meet the requirements of most furniture factories.
The melamine plywood core could be replaced with particle board, MDF and blockboard to make melamine faced MDF or particleboard. Many grades of MDF and Chipboard are available on the market. We can offer CARB P2 grade chipboard, MDF and plywood core.
The melamine faced plywood is becoming a modern furniture material. It has a lower formaldehyde emission level compared with the melamine chipboard and MDF board. It is widely used in bespoke furniture at home and commercial places.
|Face Type||Smooth, Matte, Embossed, Synchronized Texture, Glossy, High Glossy|
|Core Type||Hardwood Plywood, Combi Plywood, MDF, Particleboard|
|Glue Type||Urea Formaldehyde|
|Uses||Cabinets, Wardrobes, Vanity, Wall Decor, Office Furniture|
Melamine Plywood Core Types
Hardwood Veneer Core
Hardwood veneer core is the best core material. Composed of highest grade eucalyptus or poplar veneers.
Medium density fibreboard is a dense wood panel with a density of 680 kgs/m3.
Particle Board Core
Particle board is a cheaper wood panel made from wood chips and dust.
Side glued pine wood blocks are blockboard, which is used to make melamine board for cabinets.
Synchronized Melamine Board
The melamine board is laminated with a hot press in the last step. If there is grain on the hot press board, then it can press marks on the plywood surface. When the pressmark synchronize with the wood grain on paper, we call this plywood a Synchronized Melamine Board.
Melamine Board Uses
Melamine boards are used for furniture manufacturing. Especially the office furniture, wardrobes, cabinets, and vanities. The furniture factory requires a high-quality veneer core. Chinese manufacturers usually use plywood, MDF, or chipboard for laminating this type of panels.