What is Xanita board?
Xanita board is an engineered fibreboard manufactured from fibres recovered from recycled used cardboard boxes. Xanita core is decorated with various surface finishes, including digital print ready kraft paper liners, or more rigid skins including MDF, plywood, particleboard and bamboo.
The inner core of all Xanita boards is now constructed of 100% post-consumer, recycled kraft paper fibres.
Xanita core weighs over 7 times less than conventional engineered fibreboards.
Xanita’s corrugated kraft core exhibits double the crush-strength of honeycomb fibreboard. It’s NOT a honeycomb board.
No toxic resins or adhesives are used in the manufacturing process.
What’s in it for me?
Whether you’re a designer, architect, furniture maker, student, teacher or hobbyist, there’s sure to be a Xanita board for your next project. It’ll be lighter, greener and stronger than anything you’ve imagined!
Who makes what?
Xanita is actively building a global network of printers, display makers, exhibition builders, joiners, ship fitters, cabinet makers, boat and RV builders. They take in design briefs and decorate an appropriate Xanita board with digital inks, timber veneers, film and laminates, to create thousands of structures. They’ll flat-pack, box and ship your creations to you or your clients.
Xanita’s expanding Digital Design Store lifts the lid on over five years of design innovation with our design and print-on-demand partners around the world.
Purchase and download CNC cut-files and create Xanita lightweight, flat-packed printed display structures in your local country.
If you don’t see a structure you require, we’ll help design one for you for a nominal cost. If you’re a designer, we’ll pay you a tidy commission to sell your digital designs via our store. Buyers can purchase a design and ask a local Authorised Xanita Partner to produce flat-packed display structures for you.
Xanita and our global print chain partners serve many of the world’s leading brand owners.
Your brand activation programs can be simultaneously produced and rolled out in up to 27 countries.