Multiply C press line for multi-layer panels

This radio frequency press line can produce cross laminated 3-layer and multi-layer solid wood boards up to 60 mm in thickness. These boards can be used in construction, for interior wall cladding, in furniture production, and in many other ways.

The production line is characterized by its high speed and by its full-automatic glue-application and press cycle. It also has a saw and a planer after the radio frequency press.

As a cheaper alternative to the radio frequency press we offer a solution with hot oil.

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In this production line the longitudinal lamstock are edge-glued before they are gathered in a batch and lifted by a vacuum unit to the inlet table in front of the press.

A face gluing system adds glue to the lamstock before the lamstock running crosswise are laid perpendicular on top.

This process is repeated until the needed number of layers is reached.


The entire batch is led into the press where it is pressed from the side and the top. The radio frequency energy efficiently and quickly cures the glue.

This production line can handle long and short layups, and there can be several in the press at the same time. Thereby the press’ full potential is used, and the layups can be adjusted according to the orders.



If you need it, we can install post processing machinery that saws, sands and planes the panels, so it is completely ready for further handling.

Check out this video that shows two saws, a sander, and a planer being used.



The minimum and maximum length, width, and height of the panels are listed below – but we can make a press line that specifically fits your products and production needs.

Length: 2,000 – 6,000 mm (6 ft 6 in – 19 ft 8 in)

Width: 1,100 – 1,280 mm (3 ft 7 in – 4 ft 2 in)

Height: 10 – 60 mm (0,3 – 2,3 in)


We are ready to help you find the right press solution

Bruno Kallesøe

Senior Advisor


Kristian Kallesøe



References in the multi-layer panel industry

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