The showroom of the Maria factory became the test site. Here, more than 20 kitchens are collected in one place, many of them are unique and made in a single copy.
The experiments were carried out on exhibition models and prototypes made specifically for testing.
The technology park consists of 270 modern machines from Italy, Germany, Switzerland and Japan.
The list of suppliers includes 300 companies from Europe and the USA.
The frame is the skeleton of the kitchen — it’s backbone . The service life of the furniture directly depends on how strong, reliable and durable it is. Frames for «Maria» kitchens are made of chipboard from the world’s largest manufacturers from Austria such as Egger and Kronospan.
A chipboard sheet is sawn into pieces of the required dimensions on a Holmza machine (Germany). The equipment is controlled by a computer, so cutting error is minimal. The material is placed on an air cushion, which protects it from scratches.
We use WEKE machine (Germany), which also has program control, to make quick and accurate holes for assembling the frame section.
Chipboard, which "Maria" kitchens are made from, complies with E1 environmental safety class: it is odorless, does not cause allergies and is safe for children’s health.
If the frame is the skeleton of the kitchen, the facade is its face. It should not only be attractive, but also emphasizes the individuality of its owners. "Maria" provides clients with unlimited opportunities for creative self-fulfilment. In the facade shop, kitchen facades are made of MDF or chipboard. They can be flat or radius, with milling of any level or glass inserts, covered with matte or glossy film (more than 200 colors in the palette) or with photo printing (more than 250 unique images in the database).
Maria was the first in Russia to master the technology of laser edge processing: the tape is not glued to the facade, but soldered with a laser, ensuring the tightest fit possible. A perfectly flat surface without visible seams will last long as it is moisture and steam resistant. An edge of five colors is loaded into the ProfiLine KAL 320 laser machine (Germany). Its productivity is 800 parts per day. Double-sided edge by Rehau (Germany) is available in different colors and decorative solutions.
Milling MDF facades is done by the Homag Vantage 33 machine (Germany). Karim Rashid’s signature wave is cut out on the Karma model. It will be made of colored glass and illuminated with the color of the kitchen. Burkle machine (Germany) is used аor lining MDF facades with thermoplastic. Its productivity is 650 items per day.
Another option for decorating a facade is photo printing. The image is applied by a large-format UV flatbed printer SwissQprint (Switzerland). "Maria"’s database contains more than 250 exclusive prints. Photo printing technology allows you to apply a high-definition pattern to any surface including glass wall panels.
A chipboard sheet is sawn into pieces of the required dimensions using a Holmza machine (Germany). The equipment is controlled by a computer, so cutting error is minimal. The material is placed on an air cushion, which protects it from scratches.
The program-controlled WEKE machine (Germany) makes holes for assembling the frame section quickly and accurately.
Chipboard, which "Maria" kitchens are made from, complies with E1 environmental safety class: it is odorless, does not cause allergies, and is safe for children's health.
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