veneer in stock sizes and custom
sizes for larger jobs. AWD can
also cut veneer to size on site.
When pressing veneer onto a
raised panel, Allan said the main
secret is to use a specific glue,
and that glue has to reach 200F.
As long as you get to that tem-
perature, it will not delaminate,
the veneer will not separate from
the substrate. “There are a lot of
little nuances, but once you get
them right, you don’t change the
process,” he said.
Cabinet door frames can be
most any wood species including several options for paint
grade doors. Ripped lumber
goes through a Leadermac 623
Platinum moulder, which creates
the profiles. Boards are then fed
through an Omga GT 2005 OPT
cutoff saw and optimizer that
cuts pieces of clean lumber.
Later, two PMK tenoners cut
mortise-and-tenon joints in wood
parts, and a Balestrini CNC miter
machine is used for miter joints.
A Voorwood A125 shaper-sander
applies the profile and then
sands it. A Timesavers 2300 wide-belt sander sands wood parts.
Door parts are then assembled,
and a Door Master clamp carrier
A Felder G360 edgebander
edgebands cabinet parts. AWD
is finishing about 10 percent of
doors and 50 percent of cabinets,
but this percentage is growing.
They use M.L. Campbell finishing products and can match
Allan said that paint-grade
Shaker is the most common door
style. During a recent visit they
were doing four different shades
“I think the paint grade is
without limits with the
new motorized “IMC”
panel supports that
ensure high quality
processing and increased
thanks to the high speed
that allows quick set-up
of the working table.
High speed meets quality and precise
positioning with the new Jet Optima
T5. Positioning and quick set-up of
the working table ensures a very high
productivity while the high precision of
movement ensures perfect positioning.
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