There are various methods available for sanding decorative panels, let’s learn about them.
During the manufacturing process, sanding techniques can be employed to treat decorative panels. This technique is constantly being improved and optimized. For medium-density fiberboard (MDF) in particular, sanding is primarily aimed at removing the soft pre-cured layer on the surface of the board, resulting in a flat, sturdy, and smooth decorative panel that meets thickness tolerance requirements. The sanding process is typically divided into three steps: coarse sanding, fine sanding, and precision sanding. Coarse sanding involves a larger amount of sanding, almost completely removing the pre-sanding layer, and the waste can be conveniently recycled as raw materials. A sanding machine with sanding frames on both sides can independently complete the sanding process, and the waste can be collected and transported centrally. After the fine sanding process, the fine powder waste generated by the MDF can be used as boiler fuel, facilitating centralized transportation and separating the waste for different purposes.
Nowadays, the methods for sanding decorative panels have been widely applied. If you are not familiar with this, please feel free to contact us at any time, and we will provide you with professional answers to avoid any losses caused by blind usage. We hope the above information is helpful to you.