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olivernz

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#252990 20-Jul-2019 14:36
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Hi,

Need some help. Where in Wellington or souroundings can I find boards like this?



And what are they called?

Thanks!
Oliver

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mattwnz
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  #2280282 20-Jul-2019 14:39
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Looks like a ply with a laminate on top. Usually kitchen manufacturers can source it. I would be interested to know a wellington source too, without going though a kitchen manufacturer, as I want to resurface a coffee table. 


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  #2280294 20-Jul-2019 15:46
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  #2280338 20-Jul-2019 16:21
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I'm using a couple of sheets of this for a small project. 2200x600x25mm
https://www.bunnings.co.nz/untreated-american-white-oak-veneer-plywood_p08902287

The veneer is pretty thin and the ply doesn't look too flash in parts where laminations join but the price is right. Good ply is hellishly expensive.

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  #2280347 20-Jul-2019 16:38
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City Timber on thorndon quay have specialist ply woods.

 

if it is some kind of laminate for furniture you might be able to get some from a furniture manufacturer - ask a joinery shop near you.


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  #2280430 20-Jul-2019 20:35
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olivernz: Hi,

And what are they called?

Thanks!
Oliver

 

It's called "HPL" plywood (high pressure laminate).

 

Has a coloured melamine surface layer bonded when it's made (melamine is the binder resin in "formica" etc).

 

http://www.plytech.co.nz/futura-hpl

 

 


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  #2280473 20-Jul-2019 21:45
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Fred99:

olivernz: Hi,

And what are they called?

Thanks!
Oliver


It's called "HPL" plywood (high pressure laminate).


Has a coloured melamine surface layer bonded when it's made (melamine is the binder resin in "formica" etc).


http://www.plytech.co.nz/futura-hpl


 



We just had our kitchen made from the polaris HPL shown on that site - would do it again.

Jon

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