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The difference between joinery and multilayer

The difference between joinery and multilayer

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Blockboard is made of two pieces of veneer in the middle of plastic stitching made of wood. The total thickness of the two sides of the joinery board shall not be less than 3mm
Jun 9, 2017
All kinds of blockboard corner defects, within the nominal width of the width of not more than 5mm, the length of not more than 20mm.
Jun 9, 2017
The middle wood is made of high-quality natural wood board by heat treatment (ie drying room drying), processed into a certain size of the wood, made by the puzzle machine stitching
Jun 9, 2017
Stitching after the two sides of the board covered two high-quality veneer, and then by the cold, hot press made after pressure.
Jun 9, 2017

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