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FSV + Pinch roll veneer process?6/11
I have a job that requires veneering (wood- 10mil paper back) panels, have picked up a pinch roll. I want to use FSV adhesive. Can someone give me a rundown of the best procedure with this system? This is not production so I will be spreading the adhesive by hand. Best way to spread? When running the panel through the roll how do you keep from getting squeezed out adhesive on the roll or panel?
It won't work. Press it.
This won't work because you will not get enough pressure for a long enough time to get a good bond. Also if you want to use the FSV glue do not use a J-roller or other rollers you will not get enough pressure. You will need to use a scraper or veneer hammer for best results.
Just a curiosity question. I recently did a paper backed veneer and used a J roller then a scraper. Got a good bond and don't foresee any issues.
What I don't understand is why is a J roller good enough for laminate but not for paper backed veneer?
Inquiring minds would like to know. :smile:
Thanks for the replies.
This is a bit late but it is in response to Leo's question.
J roller doesn't allow for enough psi. Paper backed wood veneer requires more pressure than laminate. As you know wood moves and plastic laminates less so if at all. The extra psi is required to help minimize the flexibility of the glue line with contact or pressure sensitive adhesives.