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27—10—2015

Can I Use Formply For My Joinery?

Formply, also known as Film-face plywood, has found increased popularity in recent years as it provides the industrial design look for furniture and interior joinery which architects and designers are searching for.

Traditional Formply has a structurally rated Radiata plywood core that does not visually present well for exposed Joinery designs – the low-grade core often shows large voids and veneer overlaps on the edge detail, plus the film face is imprinted with the structural product certification rating.

Maxiply offers a popular industry alternative – Maxi Film plywood range has a high grade visually attractive Birch core with clean unblemished edge layers; the quality phenolic or melamine film face is print free; plus is available in 7 different colours. 

Contact us for more information
Posted by: Alysha Grimshaw

27—10—2015

Can I Use Formply For My Joinery?
Posted by: Alysha Grimshaw

Formply, also known as Film-face plywood, has found increased popularity in recent years as it provides the industrial design look for furniture and interior joinery which architects and designers are searching for.

Traditional Formply has a structurally rated Radiata plywood core that does not visually present well for exposed Joinery designs – the low-grade core often shows large voids and veneer overlaps on the edge detail, plus the film face is imprinted with the structural product certification rating.

Maxiply offers a popular industry alternative – Maxi Film plywood range has a high grade visually attractive Birch core with clean unblemished edge layers; the quality phenolic or melamine film face is print free; plus is available in 7 different colours. 

Contact us for more information