Snaidero has recently introduced two new manufacturing technologies to keep improving the quality of its kitchens from both a functional and aesthetic standpoint.
Laser Edging for Laminate Cabinet Doors
What It Is
A production technique ensuring aesthetic integrity, utmost functionality, increased durability, and reduced environmental impact.
A new range of laminate doors for the Way, Orange, and Code kitchens use an innovative, high-efficiency laser technology that creates a seamless edge between cabinet door and panel. The edges of the door fronts are perfectly sealed, making the surfaces appear to be fashioned from a single piece. Unlike traditional methods, the permanent and gap-free welding eliminates aesthetic defects and interruptions caused by glue residues. The laser-finished laminate surfaces, available in both smooth and bright melamine in a variety of colors, look so refined that they offer a viable alternative to high-gloss and matte lacquer doors.
- Minimal maintenance and reduced cleaning time;
- No dirt build-up or yellowing caused by glue spills;
- Resistance to moisture and heat, as well as heavy mechanical loads;
- 20% energy saving during production;
- 5% reduction in material used compared to standard methods.
Carbon Fiber for Ola 20 and Ola 25 Island Base
What It Is
A new material adding even greater value to the hand-shaped, stratified kitchen island and peninsula centerpiece of Pininfarina's Ola20 design.
Carbon fiber is a new generation composite material that consists of a fibrous fabric woven into a carbon matrix. It is derived from aerospace engineering and features a high degree of mechanical and chemical resistance.
- Non-toxic, sturdy material that does not rust;
- Resistance to variations in temperature and humidity;
- Incredible strength;
- Aesthetic refinement.