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Processing of Sibu Design Boards

Bonding of Sibu boards

1. Acclimatising of the materials

Acclimatising of the materials

The design boards are used as a surface and a substrate. Before processing, all materials have to be left to acclimatise.

2. Rough trimming of both boards

Rough trimming of both boards

The boards can be cut with standard tools. Cut the decor boards bigger than the wooden substrate.

3. Sanding the reverse side

Sanding the reverse side

The boards can be cut with standard tools. Cut the decor boards bigger than the wooden substrate.

4. Cleaning the back of the Sibu board

Cleaning the back of the Sibu board

Thoroughly clean the reverse sides. After vacuuming, use a cleaning cloth as well to wipe the decor boards. For the substrate, the blow off is enough.

5. Applying the adhesive

Applying the adhesive

Apply the glue to the substrate with a toothed spatula. The applied quantity should be between 100 - 150 g / m², depending on the absorbency of the substrate.

6. Pressing of the boards

Pressing of the boards

Place decor boards in the middle of the substrate and press with a pressure of 0.5 N / mm². At 20°C, the pressing time is approx. 30 minutes. The maximum pressing temperature is at 45°C.

7. Refined cutting

Refined cutting

If properly bonded, the workpiece can immediately be milled and further processed.

8. Removing of foil

Removing of foil