Reasons for scratches on melamine dipped paper
Melamine dipped paper is often used in the veneer of the board, but some people find that scratches will appear. Why is this?
It is most likely caused by the careless cutting of the material when the veneer is processed, the sheet is dragged downward, and the back side rubs against the corner of the sheet below. It may also be caused by the dragging of corners or the friction between the board and the board during the process of opening and sealing, punching, etc., so be sure to handle it with care. It may also be caused by inattentive stacking after veneer, dragging of edges and corners or dragging and friction between the board and the board, so the pallet can only be moved after it is in plane contact.
In fact, in the process of processing, the appropriate pressure can ensure a good bond between the board and the paper, so that the resin in the melamine dipped paper flows evenly, so that a closed, non-porous surface can be formed , and can also compensate for unevenness and thickness tolerances of the substrate surface.