Laser processing can be carried out on any wooden support. Medium Density Fibreboard (MDF) and High-Density Fibreboard (HDF) are examples of this.
MDF is widely used as a building material and for low-cost surface coating. It is a natural substance, resistant to humidity and not affected by atmospheric agents. The bundles of fibres that it comprises can derive from hard or soft wood and are bound to each other through waxes and resin binders. Temperature and pressure complete the process, giving the final product the appearance of a wooden plank.
Due to the composition and structure of this wood fibre, the laser represents the ideal solution for cutting, engraving and marking all MDF products.
From one panel we can obtain simple or very complex shapes thanks to the extraordinary precision of the cut; even very small details can be realised owing to the lack of any thickness in the beam, as opposed to traditional cutting tools. Thanks to the combination of three lasers, we can also make carvings and drawings on panels with dimensions of 500 mm x 500 mm. Depending on the design, we can work on panels of up to 500 mm x 1500 mm.
Engraving and marking are also very simple operations with laser instrumentation. It is possible to embellish and decorate your MDF furniture with light or more marked drawings and graphic strokes depending on the power of the laser beam.