|SLATTMAX ORDER FORM|
SlattMax is our slattwall Type Product that is produced here by us at DMK Manufacturing Burleigh Heads on the Gold Coast. This product is produced and stocked in Black & White, & is also available in a range of other colours and woodgrains from the Formica and Laminex collection. Full or half grooved along with Long & Short is no problem for us!
Flooring & many other types of wood based panel products!
|DMK NATIONAL PRICE LIST|
Attached here is our current November 2015 National Price List with our product availability guide for both NSW & QLD. DMK Manufacturing is a Division of DMK Forest Products and offers an extensive “Cut to Size Service”. These Services include;- Cutting & Edging, Plywood Perforating, Plywood and MDF Laminating we call LamiMax, Treatment of Plywood for both Fire & Rot Proof and of course SlattMax! If it’s not in this list, call us and if we can possibly get it for you, we will!
New Products available @ DMK
|DMK BIRCH BROCHURE|
Birch Plywood is what DMK is well known for! We represent the “WISA Brand” range of plywood products because in our opinion, it is simply the best! Uses include;- Plywood Perforation for ceiling panels, Construction, Furniture and Joinery, Speaker Box, Base product for Veneering, Truck Bodies, Aircraft Grade plywood & many more! As plywood is a natural product, it can be affected by changes in weather conditions, possibly causing previously flat sheets to bow. All precautions are taken to ensure flatness at time of dispatch, however once the plywood has left our factory we cannot guarantee sheets to remain flat unless fastened. This is particularly important where free standing kitchen/cabinet doors are concerned. Important - Oil based stains are not recommended on plywood where the finish will be subject to close scrutiny. Oil based stains penetrate the face veneer of the plywood and highlight the natural figure in the timber, darkening it considerably. In many applications this may not be desirable. Oil based stains also tend to swell the grain of the surface veneer, again potentially disfiguring the plywood.
To view, go to www.wisa.com