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Here in Friulevigatura, we are able to make any type of wood species edgebanding in thickness from 0.3mm up to 3.00mm. We can also do general processing of sheet veneer for wrapping and paneling, with the possibility of connecting together the veneer by wire and glue jointing.

All types of wood combined with the countless possible finishes make our offerings distinctly varied. Each product reflects the goal of meeting customer specifications and ensuring a customized supply tailored to individual needs.

How does a veneer edge come into being?

After the first stage of material selection and cutting, we start from such sheets of wood or reconstituted veneer and create a roll of varying lengths and a maximum width of 330mm by joining them by finger-joint or straight joint.

We can then combine endless types of edges, making a product that reflects the customer’s expectations as closely as possible based on the use they envision in their artifacts. In addition, we offer full availability so that all work can be done either with our own material or in outsourcing with the customer’s material depending on a wide variety of market needs.


A fleece backing is applied to make the veneer flexible and resistant to subsequent mechanical stress, with color and weight tailored to the customer's request.
The wood edge is pre-sanded with the dual purpose of preparing it for a possible later stage of varnishing and bringing it to the thickness required by the customer.
High market demand prompted us to install a state-of-the-art varnishing plant that enables us to produce varnished edges. The company's structure enables it to fulfill orders matching customers’ samples and requirements: lacquered, lacquered decapè, coated and uncoated base, glossy and matte finish, marked pore, water-based finish, etc.
This particular type of edgebanding undergoes further processing called "pre-gluing." It consists of the application of a thin layer of HOT MELT or THERMOFUSIBLE glue, which in the edging stage is reheated, permanently bonding the edge to the final product even if not equipped with a glue spreader unit.
Cross Grain Edge
Wood edges can also be made with the grain direction perpendicular to the length, thus creating a special and welcome effect for exclusive types of use.
Thick Veneer Edge
With this technique edges up to 3.00mm thick are made.
Thus, countless types of edgebanding can be created by combining the various materials and the number of layers used according to the customer's needs, for example: wood-wood, wood-ABS, wood-reconstituted veneer, wood-paper, wood-melamine, etc. This multilayer construction involves the joining of the various materials with the use of special polyurethane glues with very high hold.
The edgebanding can also be brushed with steel or tynex brushes giving a result that highlights the grain of the wood by subtracting the soft part of the veneer with more or less energy.
The edgebanding can also be serrated with a widia blade that produces a sawn look which can be more or less deep.
End-grain Edgebanding
The perpendicularly sectioned log is glued into boards which are then joined together recreating the true effect of solid wood.