Plexwood - Panel flexible

Plexwood
  • Floor, edges and skirting
  • Natural wood
  • Sustainable
  • 100% recycable
  • Multifunctional design
Plexwood - Panel flexible
Product Name
Plexwood - Panel flexible
Manufacturer
Plexwood
Manufactured
Netherlands
Wall covering
Wall panels and cladding
Material
Wood, Oak, Birch, Beech, Pine
  • Floor, edges and skirting
  • Natural wood
  • Sustainable
  • 100% recycable
  • Multifunctional design

About Plexwood

Plexwood is an innovative interior design veneer, composed of end grain wood and with the grain veneers, which give the product a clear linear structure. 

Plexwood can be used for floors, walls, ceilings, staircases, furniture, and company logos, amongst many other conceptual applications. 

End grain wood, one of the main components of Plexwood, is harder than regular cut wood, making Plexwood products suitable for high traffic environments like public spaces, office, retail, education and health care environments. 

In our production we do not use formaldehyde-based glue or volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Plexwood can meet almost any sustainability standard or certification.

Available in 12 products: Strip, Parquet strip, Plank, Tile, Panel one-sided, Panel two-sided, Panel flexible, Geometric, Acoustic, Solid, Profile and Special, and in 9 kind of wood, Birch, Beech, Oak, Pine, Pine/Ocoumé, Meranti, Ocoumé, Poplar and Deal.

 

About Panel Flexible

Panel flexible is suitable for curved applications such as doors, furniture and walls, making it a very multifunctional product. Panel flexible is as standard available in one size, with an extra thin veneer for easy curving, and in two types of bendable substrates.

There are 4 options for bendable panels. The plywood can bend either over the length (2400 mm) or over the width (1200 mm). Moreover, the lining of Plexwood on the panel can be along the length or along the width. The direction of Plexwood on the substrate relative to the bending direction of the plywood has consequences for the minimum radius that can be achieved when bending the panel.

While bendable plywood is not as flexible as mdf, it is a more stable product, whereas bendable mdf allows for slightly sharper curves. 

 

Characteristics wall, furniture, door

The standard measurement of Panel flexible is ± 2400 x 1200 x 7 bendable plywood + 2 mm Plexwood top layer. Alternative substrates are thinner bendable plywood or bendable mdf (9 mm).
Measurements for wall, furniture, doors and many other applications:
± 2400 x 1200 x 9 (7 bendable plywood + 2 Plexwood) mm
± 2400 x 1200 x 11 (9 bendable mdf + 2 Plexwood) mm 

 

Characteristics wall, furniture, door in imperial dimensions

There are 4 options for bendable panels. The plywood can bend either over the length (94.49”) or over the width (47.24”). Moreover, the lining of Plexwood on the panel can be along the length or along the width. The direction of Plexwood on the substrate relative to the bending direction of the plywood has consequences for the minimum radius that can be achieved when bending the panel.

While bendable plywood is not as flexible as mdf, it is a more stable product, whereas bendable mdf allows for slightly sharper curves. 

The standard measurement of Panel flexible is ± 94.49” x 47.24” x 0.28” bendable plywood + 0.08” Plexwood top layer. Alternative substrates are thinner bendable plywood or bendable mdf (0.35”).

Measurements for wall, furniture, doors and many other applications:
± 94.49” x 47.24” x 0.36” (0.28” bendable plywood + 0.08” Plexwood) 
± 94.49” x 47.24” x 0.43” (0.35” bendable mdf + 0.08” Plexwood)  

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