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Finger Joint
Finger Joints have been developed because it is not possible to make strong butt joints by gluing the end grain of adjacent boards. In finger joints, the glued surfaces are on the high side grain rather than end grain and the glueline is stressed in sheer rather than in tension. Finger jointed timber is generally high quality of timber obtained by cutting defects from lower grade material before finger jointing.

Plywood is a manufactured wood, made by gluing together a number of thin veneers or plies of softwood or hardwood. It is used mostly in commercial sites, purely because it is a strong durable substance. A common reason for using plywood instead of plain wood is its resistance to cracking, shrinkage, twisting/warping, and its general high degree of strength.

Grade: BB/CC    Glue: MR    Size: 1220mm x 2440mm

Thickness: 3mm, 3.6mm, 5.3mm, 9mm, 12mm, 15mm and 18mm


Polyester Decorative Plywood
It is generally called as 'Poly' or 'Poly boards'; the plywood laminated with decorative paper, which applied polyester resin, covered with film, and spread the resin by roller and allowed to harden. Although it doesnt have the surface strength of melamine- laminated sheets, cost performance is high. Widely used in making of furniture such as cabinets and cupboards as well as material for interior design uses and etc.

Paper Overlaid Decorative Plywood
On request all paper designs can be coated to improve the wearability and stain resistance, or the durable gloss/matt finish of polyester. A comprehensive range of polyester and paper overlay plywoods are available for use in interior applications such as wall and ceiling panelling. The patterns of paper overlaid decorative plywood can either be Grooved or Ungrooved.

Sawn Timber
Sawn Timber is a light hardwood with good mechanical properties and is suitable for a wide range of uses where high strength is not required. Sawn Timber is easy to saw, peel and slice veneer, drill, turn, rout and plane. It also sands and glue well. Acacia seasons well but air-drying is rather slow. Kiln drying is good. Stains well and pressure treat satisfactorily.