Stages of Engineering Polish

a) Closing Pori with Filler / Wood tilling in The surface of the wood is more dense and solid evenly, then the wood pores whitewash / closed with filler. Filler can be made of a white wall or a pumice stone, but results in less good tilling wood, to produce tilling in the best wood, it is recommended to use ...

Read More »

Know Your Ingredients Melamine

1. Melamine and Nitro cellulose System Finishing the final stages of processing are very important and decisive. Selection of finishing materials proper and balanced with the right way it will produce quality work and a high added value. The purpose of finishing is to achieve the goal of improving the quality of the unique and value-added goods // production. Cellulose ...

Read More »

Application Materials Stoping

(1) Button shellac Button shellac flatiron heated premises or directly dibakardengan flame, after the melt is dripped onto the hole is then pressed with a finger. Within a few minutes after the dry residual shellac button scraped with a sharp chisel so flush with the surface of the workpiece. Button shellac suitable partner for the relatively small hole. An advantage ...

Read More »

Timber Materials Stoping

a) Equipment and materials of traditional stoping (1) material – material needed:  – Candle / wax (as binder): 1 part  – Singkut or putty flour (filler): 1 part  – Lacquers / gondorukem (as hardener): to taste  – Dyes (wide – range of colors of ocher powder) to taste or according to the desired color. (2) Equipment ...

Read More »

Function Wood Filler

Wood filler serves as a filler pores or holes in the wood. Wood filler that both must meet the following requirements: a. Can fill the pores with a good, dry quickly, easily sanded, and can absorb the color or coating material finisihing on it properly. Judging dri diluent wood filler material can be classified to:  – Wood Filler is ...

Read More »

Preparation Techniques Polish

a. Preparation Shellac Polish Polish usually prepared by mixing shellac and methylated spirits in a ratio of 1 kg shellac: 4.5 liter ms. For the purposes of which little can be mixed between 125 grams – 225 grams: 1 liter of spirits. Mixing 1: 45 is quite thick which is usually done on the job at hand. Mixing should be ...

Read More »