How Timber Products Supports North America’s Cabinet Manufacturers

As one of the largest manufacturers of hardwood plywood in the U.S., we offer a wide array of products for cabinet manufacturers. Customers can choose from a variety of substrates and decorative veneers to meet any design style or budget.

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SpectraBoard

SpectraBoard eliminates the need for cabinet manufacturers to purchase melamine panels and veneer separately. SpectraBoard is a single-panel solution, manufactured to customer specifications, that arrives ready to go. Customers can choose from five different substrates and an assortment of exterior veneers and interior laminates to keep up with the latest design and color trends. We can even pre-finish the hardwood veneer face.

SpectraBoard is ideal for kitchen cabinet doors, entertainment centers, or anywhere a real wood exterior and a durable, cost-effective interior is desired. Our exterior veneers are graded and sorted by hand to guarantee a consistent grain pattern for each panel. For the interior, customers can choose from an affordable roll laminate or a durable, thermally fused melamine/laminate (TFM/TFL) back. Cabinets made from SpectraBoard panels offer long-lasting resistance to scuffs and moisture in addition to a smooth surface that is easy to clean.

View SpectraBoard veneer and laminate color options, or download the SpectraBoard brochure.

Apex MR50

Apex composite panels offer superior strength, an extra-smooth finish and a homogeneous core for enhanced machinability. Apex panels can be painted, laminated or veneered, and are an excellent substitute for MDF.

Apex MR50 is a great choice for applications where higher moisture resistance is desired, such as kitchen cabinet doors, locker rooms or bathroom cabinets. Apex MR50 exceeds the minimum ANSI performance requirements for moisture resistance and is ideal for LEED® projects. Learn more about Apex and view sustainability certifications, or download the Apex MR50 brochure.

Ampine Encore

Ampine particle board offers a smooth, uniform surface and can be used with a variety of decorative laminates and finishes to suit different needs and design trends. Ampine is available with no added formaldehyde (NAF) and is an SCS-certified green product.

For cabinets, we recommend Ampine Encore. Encore composite panels are known for their excellent machining qualities and made from recycled wood residuals.

All of our particle board panels contain 100% post-industrial recycled/recovered fiber, resist warping, sagging and chip-out, and carry the FSC Chain of Custody certification. We are proud to offer products with superior quality and sustainability.

Looking for something special? We manufacture a wide range of hardwood plywood and decorative panels, including Architectural Plywood for high-end cabinets. Our goal is to find the right product to meet the quality, appearance, and price targets requested by the customer. We offer flexible order quantity options and quick turnaround. Contact one of our product experts and let us know how we can help!

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