Fronts are the visible part of carcass furniture and therefore have a decisive impact on the impression the furniture makes as a unit. By varying the front (and leaving the rest of the carcass unaltered) it is easy to realise diverse customers' requests.
Fronts with decoration or veneer coating: When choosing the type of decoration (melamine resin fronts, decorative layered material fronts) or veneered fronts, the price is the main factor. Processing can principally take place in through-feed (with large volumes), or on stationary machines (with manual stamped production or with individual furniture).
Varnished fronts: A varnished front is a front with which the colour and structure of the varnish is at the centre of attention. Uncoated MDF boards are used as a carrier material. A base is applied after they have been mechanically processed and then they are varnished on all sides without a gap. Varnished fronts offer the largest freedom in design. They are available in high-gloss, with a metallic effect, and countless other variations.
Foils / 3 D Fronts: Fronts coated with plastic foil are an inexpensive option to produce good-looking furniture fronts. Foils can help create different edge profiles, as well as decorative surface structures. The edges and elevations seem as if they are made of one piece, because the foil is applied to the carrier board thermoplastically by vacuum.
Decorative fronts are also made of solid wood. This option will be added later.
Depending on the front option and desired surface coating, different work materials are used: KF coated chip board, layered boards (DKS coated chip boards), veneered chip boards, uncoated MDF boards, one-sided KF coated MDF boards, and solid wood boards.