Melamine is a paper-based product that undergoes a process to give it a plastic-like finish, and it has been an essential material in the furniture industry for several decades. Manufacturers usually use melamine paper to cover chipboard (creating MFC), but often melamine can be applied to other types of boards such as plywood or MDF. Although the melamine layer is usually only 0.3mm in thickness, it provides additional strength to the panel and adds an appealing look. Due to its unique properties and advanced computer technologies, it has become easy to create different material reproductions, colours and textures, making it a type of product that can change with trends.
At Cworkshop, we supply melamine-faced boards from some of the world's biggest and well-known companies, such as Egger, Kronospan, XyloCleaf, Saviola, and others. Professionals and DIY enthusiasts alike can benefit from our in-house melamine board cutting service. We use Cutting Optimisation software to map out the cutting pattern for every job to eliminate time and material wastage. Advanced industrial-grade and computer-aided cutting machines, managed by professional operators, deliver unparalleled precision and accuracy. The machines use two saw blades, and in addition to the primary saw blade, a scoring blade is used to ensure that each cut is smooth and chip-free on both sides. We inspect panel cutting quality and replace saw blades regularly to ensure a clean cut every time.