Sculptured Panels

Deep textured panels in a wide range of colours/finishes:

Sculptured Panels: Reed pattern in Light Walnut effect

A range of deeply contoured panels usually supplied in the form of carved MDF and produced using a high quality deep rout MDF or through-coloured MDF, these designs can also be carved into the surface of solid timber panels, or unidirectional plywoods such as oak throughout plywood and beech throughout plywood.

Sculptured MDF can be supplied unfinished, sprayed to match any colour system (e.g. RAL), or coated in a range of hard-wearing plain, woodgrain, gloss and metallic laminates - the sculptured panel to the right shows reed pattern in light walnut finish - while coloured MDF and the high-quality unidirectional plywood panels are typically given a clear coating.

As a guide to the effects that are possible, below you can see our standard textures and finish options.

This list is not exhaustive, and is provided simply to give you an idea as to what can be done for you. In fact, if you can create a particular texture or design, we can convert it to a sculptured panel with deep contours (subject to physical restraints).

We look forward to the opportunity to discuss your project!


Flatness:

Carved MDF panels are usually supplied with a laminate balancer to the reverse to keep the panels as flat as possible, while sculptured panels produced using through-coloured MDF, solid timber or unidirectional plywood are supplied with a diamond pattern of relieving grooves machined into the reverse to achieve the same aim.

Edges:

Prefinished panels are supplied with any paint or vinyl coating also applied to all the edges, while any relieving grooves are stopped before they reach the edge to ensure  a solid appearance in situ. If panels are produced to your specific sizes these features are maintained on every piece you buy if ordered in their final dimensions.

Below are a number of standard contoured panels that have been produced using Coloured MDF.


Examples of the above patterns produced using through-coloured MDF in single or composite thickness:

Sculptured Panels: Matrix pattern in green MDF Matrix Pattern

Shown in green MDF

Can be supplied as a set of tiled panels.

(The pattern continues from left to right and top to bottom)

Sculptured Panels: Mesh pattern in black, red & yellow MDF Mesh Pattern

Shown in black on red on yellow MDF

Can be supplied as a set of tiled panels.

(The pattern continues from left to right and top to bottom)


Sculptured Panels: Reed pattern in yellow MDF Reed Pattern

Shown in yellow MDF

Can be supplied as a set of tiled panels.

(The pattern continues from left to right and top to bottom)

Sculptured Panels: Ripple pattern in brown MDF Ripple Pattern

Shown in brown MDF

Cannot be tiled


Sculptured Panels: Scarab pattern in blue MDF Scarab Pattern

Shown in blue MDF

Can be supplied as a set of tiled panels.

(The pattern continues from left to right and top to bottom)

Sculptured Panels: Weave pattern in red MDFWeave Pattern

Shown in red MDF

Can be supplied as a set of tiled panels.

(The pattern continues from left to right and top to bottom)


Examples of other patterns produced using through-coloured MDF in composite thickness:

 

Sculptured Panels - Flatness:

To minimize deflection/warping in sculptured panels with heavily contoured faces, such as the examples shown above, a criss-cross pattern of v-grooves machined into the back of the panel has proven to be very successful. An alternative that achieves a similar aim is to bond a balancer of 18mm MDF or birch plywood to the reverse - this also gives bulk to allow hidden fixings from the back.

Some of the above patterns can also be produced with a laminate balancer to the reverse - these are suitable for covering with one of our coloured or woodgrain designs.

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