35MM THICK POPLAR BLOCKBOARD PANELS NOW AVAILABLE

Posted by Nathan Sangster on Dec 15, 2017 2:25:48 PM

MAXI Plywood is now stocking 35mm thick European Poplar Blockbaord panels along with our 18mm and 25mm thickness options.

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Topics: Acoustic Panels, Blockboard, Natural Timber Veneer panels

NATURAL FEATURE GRADE (NFG) BLACKBUTT VENEER ON PLYWOOD

Posted by Nathan Sangster on Feb 13, 2017 3:15:54 PM

MAXI Plywood now stocks Natural Feature Grade (NFG) Blackbutt Veneer on both Birch and Exterior Hardwood ply, which is great for those projects requiring a more ‘natural’ timber veneer look.

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Topics: Natural Timber Veneer panels

TIMBER VENEERED BLOCKBOARD PANELS - THE BETTER ALTERNATIVE TO MDF & PARTICLEBOARD

Posted by Nathan Sangster on Feb 2, 2017 3:25:27 PM

MAXI Plywood’s light-weight Italian Poplar Blockboard is the ideal timber panel substrate for all Veneering and Laminate Pressing applications. Ideal as a alternative timber panel substrate compared to the regular MDF and Particleboard options, we can press any commercially available veneer or laminate onto these sheets which your next project demands and you will reap the benefits of a light-weight, stable, solid timber panel which in turn will give you a positive marketing advantage for your demanding clients!

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Topics: Blockboard, Natural Timber Veneer panels

IS ALL TIMBER VENEER BOARD CREATED EQUAL?

Posted by Nathan Sangster on Dec 9, 2016 4:34:55 PM

Timber Veneer board has been around for many years and is produced in large volumes these days.

There are many steps involved in the production of finished panels and these are generally embraced by three main industries:

  1. The actual veneer is manufactured from the raw log and this is the most technical part of the whole process. It is important to peel the veneer off the log very thinly (down to 0.3mm thick can be achieved) while retaining the veneer in one piece.
  2. Then there’s the companies who manufacture the substrate which the veneer is pressed onto as either MDF, Particleboard or Plywood and
  3. Thirdly, there’s the companies who press the veneer onto the required substrate.
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Topics: Natural Timber Veneer panels