Brand new process control technology now allows the use of COLUMBUS units for flawless 3D-foil lamination of workpieces with a height of up to 200 mm!

Until now, 3D-foil technology has been used primarily for the coating and lamination of flat surfaces, such as doors and chest covers of kitchen and bathroom furniture. In these areas of application, the technology offers many advantages, since the transition from surfaces to their edges is seamless and does not necessitate joints.

However, in the last few years, interior surface design has become a lot more diverse. Many designers are now incorporating curved parts that must also be covered with 3D-foil. Another new addition is represented by three-dimensional workpieces in a variety of shapes and sizes, whose sides must be coated simultaneously with their fronts.

Until now, this was only possible with expensive and complex technology.

This inspired us to continue developing our existing catalogue of machines in order to give our clients an effective and affordable way of using highly specialized 3D-foil lamination processes.

The lamination process for workpieces measuring up to 200 mm in height offered difficult new challenges and requirements. In response, we engineered a new process control technology that is able to deal with these requirements.

We are now able to support our clients in this exciting emerging area of application, and can offer them machines tailored to their special needs for the perfect price-performance ratio.

MULTIMAT and COMBIMAT are particularly well suited for these areas of application, for which they can easily be upgraded.

MULTIMAT (also for wood and wood-like materials):

COMBIMAT (a version of MULTIMAT adapted for mineral-based materials)

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