These laminates are formed through a sophisticated combination of heat and pressure application and are rolled over the profiled edge of the substrate.

Postforming Laminates

At first, you may need to ask what “postforming laminate” is. It’s a question many people ask and the answer isn’t too complicated. The term ‘postforming’ is used to describe the bending process applied to specially developed grades of laminate which, whilst possessing all the well known properties of standard grade high pressure laminates, can also be formed into simple cylindrical concave or convex curves.

Seamlessly made furniture with the absence of joint or angles and eliminated joints look more pleasing and appealing and is also easy to maintain as it reduces the gap and space where dirt can accumulate. This can be made using Postforming laminates.

These laminates are formed through a sophisticated combination of heat and pressure application and are rolled over the profiled edge of the substrate. The application of heat allows the laminate to be formed without cracking. Bonding of the laminate to the substrate is affected by applying PVA glue. By utilizing the latest flow through and static techniques, these laminates are placed to offer volume, quality and flexibility. The result is an attractive finish to the edge of your newly manufactured bench top or door.

If you are looking for postforming laminates offering finest functionality and aesthetics for your home & work interiors, check out the series of postforming laminates from Durian Laminates. Armed with superior flexibility and malleability, the postforming laminate range at Durian are ideal for designing furniture both for commercial space or you home.

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