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History of furniture technologies

If you delve into the history of furniture production for several centuries, it becomes quite obvious that even then the furniture was successfully made from any available materials. The most common was, of course, the tree. But the masters did not disdain stone, iron, or even gold.

Of course, the processing was mostly done manually or using primitive tools. But the results were many times better than any modern options. The production of luxury furniture took a lot of time and almost all copies were piece-made.

With the advent of technological progress and active automation of work, furniture began to produce much more, but by simplifying the technology, furniture makers have significantly simplified the appearance of their products. In the twentieth century, the era of imitations began…

Innovative furniture technologies for imitating materials
Thanks to the development of the chemical industry, cheaper but no less attractive substitutes for natural leather, velvet, silk, wood and steel have appeared on the world market. They may not have looked as rich as natural materials, and they served much less, but they were available to a larger number of consumers.

Modern imitations are a completely different stage: soft eco-leather, high-quality chipboard with different types of surface, imitation of stone and ceramics… Sometimes, it is impossible to distinguish them from the original even on closer examination.

But modern manufacturers of materials managed to achieve not only external similarity, but also a significant superiority of analogues in quality characteristics.

So, the wear resistance of eco-leather is from 500 thousand cycles of use, the moisture resistance of laminated chipboard or melamine coatings exceeds natural wood at times, and aluminum is much lighter than steel.

Innovative technologies in the decoration of furniture
Another area that has not been without the use of innovative furniture technologies is decorating the surfaces of Cabinet furniture.

Here, oddly enough, a lot of work has been done in terms of creating aging effects. Patination, structuring, crackle effect, brushing…

The results are infinite. This interest in antiquity is most likely caused by the popularity of vintage styles, such as country, Provence or ethnic. Roughness, light untidiness, imitation of manual finishing give the interior a special comfort, make it really warm and alive.

Another, diametrically opposite direction is the creation of perfectly smooth, super-resistant surfaces to any mechanical damage. Here, innovative furniture technologies are used both in metal processing and in applying special coatings to chipboard.

As a result of processing with melamine, laminating compositions or special varnishes, flawless moisture-resistant and durable surfaces of various shades are obtained. This option is widely used for creating interiors in the style of techno, minimalism and art Nouveau.

Innovative furniture technologies in technical equipment
And, finally, innovative furniture technologies implemented in terms of technical equipment, as well as processing, cutting and Assembly of individual furniture elements. The most interesting and rapid development is taking place here. And first of all, we are talking about machines used for the production of furniture for the home and office.

The introduction of laser technologies allows for high-precision processing of the chipboard section with a special edge, using the method of gluing.

Improving the cutting principles, reducing time and labor costs, as well as material consumption, is also one of the most impressive technologies.

Additionally, you can highlight the use of software control on machines, as well as the creation of high-precision algorithms for copying and manufacturing various decorative elements.
Most of the modern innovative furniture technologies can be seen at specialized exhibitions held regularly in Moscow’s Expocentre.

At the Mebel exhibition, you can not only see with your own eyes samples of the most modern machines and materials for furniture production, but also get detailed advice from specialists on any questions that interest you.

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