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    Friday, November 25, 2011


      In order to increase the quality of their work while saving production time, many carpenters have added an edgebander and panel saw to their list of necessary woodworking tools. An edgebander is a tool that allows you to easily attach adhesive-backed, hot-melt veneer edging to straight edges. It comes in both an automatic and manual mode. An edgebander works efficiently and accurately on many different types of straight-edged woodworking projects such as cabinet facings and shelving. If you are thinking of adding an edgebander to your tool collection, an important thing to consider is how often the edgebander would be used and for how many hours at a time. With a price that is often in the thousands of dollars, the amount of work you would do with an edgebander is a key factor to consider before investing in this tool. An edgebander increases productivity and accuracy, reducing the amount of lumber discarded due to improper veneer installation. Edge banding is a common way of making inexpensive wood materials look more refined and more finished. Anyone familiar with a piece of furniture manufactured by Ikea has likely seen an example of edge banding. In edge banding, a length of a veneer product is applied to the raw edge of plywood or particle board (other surfaces can be used) and glued into place, thus given the edge a more finished appearance. Edge banding can also be used to make it seem as if a certain type of wood or metal is being used when, in fact, it is not. The practice is commonly used in interior decorating and in the manufacture of affordable furniture. Edge banding is usually sold in rolls. The material itself may be made of actual wood, PVC, ABS, melamine, acrylic or wood veneer. The thickness of the material is generally less than 5 mm, though there are exceptions. The width and appearance can vary greatly. Solid colors, wood grains, metallic styles and many patterned possibilities are available.