Plywood made by attaching a special resin-impregnated paper (commonly referred to as the film) on deciduous plywood. The process takes place under high pressure and in high temperature, making the resin from the film to soak into the base sheet, creating a surface with new functional properties. Melamine films are usually applied onto the exterior plywood. Depending on the film used, the products are divided into phenol film plywood and melamine film plywood.
|Format:||1250mm x 2500mm, 1220mm x 2440mm, 1220mm x 2500, available formats and their thickness depend on the type of plywood|
|Other:||Cutting to size, milling and CNC treatment|