:: VENEER D4 FOR 3D
Furwa veneer equipments for extreme adhesive requirements and extreme deformations
Furwa has developed a veneer backing based on a 50 g fleece, which fulfils the technical requirements of the automotive industry. It also fulfils the requirements for wrapping aluminium parts and plastic parts, especially if resistance to boiling water or long-term UV resistance are desired.
Fleece P50 Automotive strengthens veneer correspondingly strongly and has a considerably better tensile strength longitudinally too, and especially diagonally to the fibre. For this laminating process, PUR hot melts are not used, because these systems are not longterm UV resistant (thin veneers are UV translucent!).
The flexibility of the veneer is determined by different sanding thicknesses (0.3-0.5 mm) or additionally even by flexing, depending on the desired deformation.
As a crowd puller at the show in Cologne (Interzum), such veneers were washed several times at 60°C (140°F) in a washing machine and ironed smoothly afterwards – no problem!
For the gluing process the most different methods can be applied; however, you should discuss these methods with us or have them tested in detail.
Common adhesives: PVAc glues, urea resin wet, urea resin films, PUR dispersions, PUR hot melts, solvent adhesives, …
In the field of veneer such special treatments have even been further processed to 3D-moulded parts by means of the plastic rear injection moulding method for some time.
The purposes of use in the field of 2D and 3D veneer deformations can be simply explained by their finished products:
ash tray lids
Plastic Injection Moulded Parts:
cases for cell phones
light switch units, ...
Plastic and Aluminium Profiles:
front door profiles
cover profiles, ...
Plywood preformed parts with small deformation radii
Textile processing and wickerwork products, ...
Whenever the requirements go beyond a normal veneer processing, you should talk to us. For many things Furwa has the finished and completed solution.