(often abbreviated as JIT), it is an industrial philosophy that has reversed the “old way” of producing finished goods for the warehouse waiting to be sold, to produce only what has been sold or that is expected to sell quickly.
It is an acronym that stands for Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-Styrene, that is a common thermoplastic polymer of high resistance synthetic resin, used to create light and rigid objects, likes edges, tubes, parts or entire car bodies.
High resistance plastic edge, produced by extrusion in various colors, used to cover the perimeter of doors, drawers, countertops.
It is the central panel of a door, usually consists of solid wood, veneered or covered chipboard.
It is the full structure, usually rectangular, realized combining in a suitable way four or more strips. If the frame is rectangular, the vertical elements are called uprights and the horizontal elements are called cross-beams.