At JINLUN, we are a part of a community. We can't cut corners or produce poor work because not only will we Because plywood won't warp easily and has a high tensile strength across the grain, it's a key material for use in furniture, wood flooring, construction, and packaging industries. Making plywood becomes an increasingly important job in the woodworking industry and our plywood machinery is ideal for processing basswood, ash, birch, elm, poplar, and other types of timber.
JINLUN sells complete sets of plywood production equipment as well as individual log handling and plywood manufacturing equipment pieces, including sawmills, log debarkers, veneer peeling lathes, and veneer stockers. A full set of automatic plywood machinery requires only three operators and can match the output of four sets of veneer lathes. For producing veneer that is 2mm thick, our plywood production line can process 80-100m3 logs in eight hours, a significant output that can give you a competitive edge in the woodworking industry.
The production process of a full automatic plywood production line is as follows
1. One person operates the sawmill to cut logs to a certain uniform length equal to the length of veneer you need to produce.
2. Cut logs are placed on a storage rack.
3. One person operates the log debarker to remove bark and branches on the cut log and make it round. The debris removed from the cut log will automatically be discarded.
4. Debarked and trimmed logs are moved to two automatic plywood production lines for veneer peeling, clipping and stacking.
5. Before being moved to the veneer lathe, the sawn and trimmed logs are placed on a storage rack where their diameters are measured and recorded in the veneer peeling machine's computer system.
6. After receiving the diameter, the veneer peeling lathe will automatically open its mouth to be 20mm wider than the diameter of the log. When the log is fed into the veneer lathe, the machine will peel and clip according to the set width. The rotary cut speed reaches 50m/min, but begins and ends peeling gradually so as to reduce the chance of accidents.
7. The veneer lathe automatically knocks down the wood core and moves it out of the production line.
8. An automatic electronic sensor in the veneer transporting equipment recognizes incomplete veneers and discards them.
9. Complete veneers are moved to the automatic stacker for stacking. When the stacker is full, it is moved away from the line of production.
10. The whole plywood production line requires only two operators and a third person to assist in handling any problems that may occur during production.
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