Architectural Board - Laminate on Board

Architectural Board - Laminate on Board allows you to select from many substrates including Particleboard, HMR, Standard MDF, Moisture Resistant MDF as well as plywood. Environmentally friendly PEFC and FSC® substrates are available. To ensure quality, each architectural panel is constructed from a resilient high pressure laminate that is bonded to both sides of the substrate and comes with matching 1mm ABS high impact edging. Architectural panels are ideal for projects of almost any scale.

Press Information for Laminate on Board (Cold Press) / (PUR Press)

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Cold Pressing
Minimum
Maximum
Press Length
1500mm
3660mm
Press Width
700mm
1300mm
Press Thickness
4mm
100mm
(weight dependant)

Important Notes:

  1. Taking into consideration tolerance levels on sourced substrates, Timberwood Panels work to a <3.5mm per 1000mm bow on all liner backed laminated board and <2.5mm per 1000mm on all G2S laminated board. Boards should be stored on a flat even surface and remain strapped until they need to be used
  2. To reduce tolerances Timberwood Panels suggest using the same product on the back as what has been used on the face ie G2S pressing
  3. All glues used in the Cold Pressing line are water based and specification remains at Timberwood Panels discretion
  4. Acrylics, vinyls and plastics are not suitable for cold pressing
  5. All boards supplied to customers are trimmed all edges, unless requested otherwise. Please take into consideration untrimmed boards can create issues with delamination around the perimeter of the pressed board
  6. Sheets should not be machined within 24hrs of being pressed

PUR Pressing
Minimum
Maximum
Press Length
1800mm
3060mm
Press Width
900mm
1210mm
Press Thickness
4mm
52mm

Important Notes:

  1. Taking into consideration tolerance levels on sourced substrates, Timberwood Panels work to a <2mm per 1000mm bow on all G2S laminated board and <3mm per 1000mm on all liner backed board . Boards should be stored on a flat even surface and remain strapped until they need to be used
  2. To reduce tolerances Timberwood Panels suggest using the same product on the back as what has been used on the face ie G2S pressing
  3. All glues used in the PUR line are specified to suit product being pressed and remain at Timberwood Panels discretion. Surcharges apply for small batch runs using alternative glue specifications
  4. Panel build ups are not suitable for PUR pressing
  5. All boards supplied to customers are trimmed all edges, unless requested otherwise. Please take into consideration untrimmed boards can create issues with delamination around the perimeter of the pressed board
  6. Sheets should not be machined within 24hrs of being pressed

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