Wood panels are sheets that are made from various wood-based materials, and are joined together by using an industrial adhesive. These panels are generally flat in appearance, however sometimes they can be curved in shape.
Joined together using different strands, fibres and particles combined with an industrial adhesive using pressure and heat. The most common types produced commercially are plywood, fibreboard and particleboard. However, there are also other types used with different properties for specialised markets and applications.
Generally wooden panels can be grouped into two different types, based on their particular uses and structures. Materials used for industrial applications and structural systems such as buildings, and formwork. The other types are produced for non-structural use and applications such as furniture.
Our bespoke panel products are used for a variety of applications, from bespoke furniture to healthcare equipment and everyday household fittings. Our main materials consist of Plywood panels, MDF panels, Melamine panels and Laminate panels. Each come with individual unique properties: