What is the difference between melamine and Formica?

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Melamine is a laminate, but not all laminates are melamine. Melamine is considered, and often referred to as, a direct or low pressure laminate (LPL) because it is manufactured with a pressure of 300-500 pounds-per-square-inch. Because it has voids on the ends, melamine will require an edge-banding to cover the area.
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