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Furniture Production
Line
Done by
Azra
Razan
contents
2
‐ Introduction
‐ Parallel production line
‐ Sequence/process of furniture manufacturing
‐ Different types of ma...
3https://www.marketresearch.com/Heavy-Industry-c1595/Manufacturing-Construction-c86/Furniture-Manufacturing-c1107/
Basic production sequence
Package-
Storage-
Delivery
FinishingAssemblyFabrication
Cutting/Mol
ding
Raw
material
http://www...
5
Overview on furniture making
industry
Wood/plywood Plastic steel Wrought iron
Some common materials for furniture production:
http://infohouse.p2ric.org/ref/26/...
The furniture production sequence varies according to what material is being
used, although the basic model can be applied...
Steel furniture process
Wrought Iron furniture process
Plastic furniture process
What is parallel production line?
WOOD FURNITURE
production
1. Receiving lumber, sorting and drying
2. Rough end processes
3. cutting-molding-fabrication
‐ This is the stage where the work is done through a variety of machines according to funct...
4. Assembly ( fitting - gluing)
GLUING
1 2
3
4
5
5. pre-finishing stage (Sanding-Wiping)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wood_finishing#Types_of_finishes
6. Finishing materials & methods
5. roller coating
6. curtain coating
7. printing
8. tumbling
9. pressing.
Pouring
Brushing
Dipping
Printing
Spraying
Curtain coating
Roller coating/
Flat line coating
Types of wood furniture finishes
http://www.waynetowle.com/wood-finishing-process
7. Packaging & Storage
‐ Below is a list of activities that take place in the packaging department:
• Rubbing and polishin...
‐ Rubbing is the cutting down with sandpaper of the top coat t
o make it completely level. Grit sizes used are 320, 360, o...
TYPES OF WOODWORKING MACHINERY
Artisanal and hobby machines
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Woodworking_machine#Artisanal_and_hobby_machines
Hand-held power tools
Biscuit joiner
Chain saw
Hand-held circular saw
Electric drill
Jig saw
Stationary machines
Bandsaw
Drill press
Wood lathe
Panel saw
Scroll saw
Cut-off Saw
A miter saw An abrasive saw
Double side planer
Finger joint
What are the problems
faced in furniture
industry?
44
http://furniturebranding.com/modernize/legacyfurniturebrands2016/
Trend Report 2018-19
46
https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/marketresearchcom-5-top-
trends-in-the-furniture-industry-300211661.html
https://...
48
References
‐ http://infohouse.p2ric.org/ref/26/25084.pdf
‐ https://www.inc.com/encyclopedia/assembly-line-methods.html
...
49
Video links
‐ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wP0qWpcyLuo
‐ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPjnOJU0wDc
‐ https://www.y...
THANKS!
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This research paper does a detailed study on the production line of furniture, the processes from start to finish. It talks about the difference between chain production and parallel production lines and explains each step in manufacturing wooden furniture. The research also familiarizes with all the main types of machinery used during any kind of production,

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Furniture Production Line

  1. 1. Furniture Production Line Done by Azra Razan
  2. 2. contents 2 ‐ Introduction ‐ Parallel production line ‐ Sequence/process of furniture manufacturing ‐ Different types of machines used ‐ Problems faced ‐ Trend Report 2018-19
  3. 3. 3https://www.marketresearch.com/Heavy-Industry-c1595/Manufacturing-Construction-c86/Furniture-Manufacturing-c1107/
  4. 4. Basic production sequence Package- Storage- Delivery FinishingAssemblyFabrication Cutting/Mol ding Raw material http://www.hangtuahfurniture.com/process/
  5. 5. 5 Overview on furniture making industry
  6. 6. Wood/plywood Plastic steel Wrought iron Some common materials for furniture production: http://infohouse.p2ric.org/ref/26/25084.pdf
  7. 7. The furniture production sequence varies according to what material is being used, although the basic model can be applied to all. For example, in the making of wooden furnitures, they get timber, cut the pieces and then send through different machines as per the piece. In the case of a plastic furniture, they get the raw material as plastic powder, heat it to melt and then pour into molding. 7
  8. 8. Steel furniture process Wrought Iron furniture process Plastic furniture process
  9. 9. What is parallel production line?
  10. 10. WOOD FURNITURE production
  11. 11. 1. Receiving lumber, sorting and drying
  12. 12. 2. Rough end processes
  13. 13. 3. cutting-molding-fabrication ‐ This is the stage where the work is done through a variety of machines according to functions and types. For example, designated rough end pieces go to machines to make chair legs. Those then go through a different machine to create jointing parts. ‐ Few examples: ‐ Using Cut-off-saw, band saw or panel saw specific parts are cut. ‐ Wood lathe creates legs for chair, table and other parts necessary. ‐ Drill press creates holes for dowel joints or bigger ones for inserting parts. ‐ Biscuit joiner, finger joint machine etc. creates joints for furnitures. ‐ Scroll saw and other hand held machines are used for more delicate and precise cuts and molds. All machines are listed and discussed in later slides.
  14. 14. 4. Assembly ( fitting - gluing)
  15. 15. GLUING
  16. 16. 1 2 3 4 5
  17. 17. 5. pre-finishing stage (Sanding-Wiping) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wood_finishing#Types_of_finishes
  18. 18. 6. Finishing materials & methods 5. roller coating 6. curtain coating 7. printing 8. tumbling 9. pressing.
  19. 19. Pouring Brushing Dipping Printing Spraying
  20. 20. Curtain coating Roller coating/ Flat line coating
  21. 21. Types of wood furniture finishes http://www.waynetowle.com/wood-finishing-process
  22. 22. 7. Packaging & Storage ‐ Below is a list of activities that take place in the packaging department: • Rubbing and polishing (for natural wood furnitures) • Attaching hardware or providing the hardware which will be mounted by the retailer • Securing drawers for shipment • Placing glass or mirrors in corresponding frames. • General clean up • Final inspection • Touch up if needed • Packing and labelling
  23. 23. ‐ Rubbing is the cutting down with sandpaper of the top coat t o make it completely level. Grit sizes used are 320, 360, or 400 for the first rubbing operation and up to 600 for the second and final step. The equipment used for sanding i s generally a double shoe reciprocating sander operating on air pressure. ‐ Drawers and doors must be secured for shipment. A widely used system is that of felt-covered soft metal strips . These strips have one or more triangular prongs with which they can be fastened on the inside of the case. ‐ Another major hardware operation is the mounting of glass. Most of the glass is inserted from the inside and secured with metal clips. ‐ The packing of furniture has to be engineered. Corner pads should absorb sufficient energy t o prevent damage in normal handling. Generally, the packing material for a case consists of a paper or foam blanket for the protection of front, ends and top, corner pads to protect the corners and edges and a carton.
  24. 24. TYPES OF WOODWORKING MACHINERY
  25. 25. Artisanal and hobby machines https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Woodworking_machine#Artisanal_and_hobby_machines
  26. 26. Hand-held power tools
  27. 27. Biscuit joiner
  28. 28. Chain saw
  29. 29. Hand-held circular saw
  30. 30. Electric drill
  31. 31. Jig saw
  32. 32. Stationary machines
  33. 33. Bandsaw
  34. 34. Drill press
  35. 35. Wood lathe
  36. 36. Panel saw
  37. 37. Scroll saw
  38. 38. Cut-off Saw A miter saw An abrasive saw
  39. 39. Double side planer
  40. 40. Finger joint
  41. 41. What are the problems faced in furniture industry? 44
  42. 42. http://furniturebranding.com/modernize/legacyfurniturebrands2016/
  43. 43. Trend Report 2018-19 46
  44. 44. https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/marketresearchcom-5-top- trends-in-the-furniture-industry-300211661.html https://www.thoughtshift.co.uk/furniture-retail-market-trends-and-statistics/
  45. 45. 48 References ‐ http://infohouse.p2ric.org/ref/26/25084.pdf ‐ https://www.inc.com/encyclopedia/assembly-line-methods.html ‐ https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1474667016418537 ‐ https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/marketresearchcom-5-top-trends-in-the-furniture-industry- 300211661.html ‐ https://www.thoughtshift.co.uk/furniture-retail-market-trends-and-statistics/ ‐ http://furniturebranding.com/modernize/legacyfurniturebrands2016/ ‐ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Woodworking_machine#Artisanal_and_hobby_machines ‐ https://www.marketresearch.com/Heavy-Industry-c1595/Manufacturing-Construction-c86/Furniture- Manufacturing-c1107/ ‐ http://www.hangtuahfurniture.com/process/ ‐ http://www.waynetowle.com/wood-finishing-process
  46. 46. 49 Video links ‐ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wP0qWpcyLuo ‐ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPjnOJU0wDc ‐ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x4t5jRGt3M0 ‐ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UcNqsaTcyA4 ‐ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4UAXoQ7dR4 ‐ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kUW3QVHgIDg
  47. 47. THANKS!

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