Veneered Boards

Veneered Boards - Quality of Veneer

COMMERCIAL GRADE • Small, centred knots • Less emphasis on structure • Larger and more prominent knots • Discoloration • Mineral streaks This grade produces boards with more expression and more of the typical properties of the wood. These panels have a less regular structure with colour nuances, smaller series, and more knots. The trump card for these panels is their favourable pricing. CLASSIC GRADE • Structure with less texture • Slight colour variations are allowed • Small knots in the wo...

Veneered Boards - Slicing Method

Slicing Technique CROWN CUT The flat sliced or crown cut, through the heart of the log QUARTER CUT Straight grained, cut at right angles to the growth rings. ROTARY CUT The log is rotated around its axis and peeled off like a carpet roll All information on this page is provided in good faith. We however cannot guarantee any of the contents. We are always here to help in anyway we can, but you must satisfy yourself the information is correct before starting any projects, We have includ...

Veneered Boards - Jointing Method

BOOK MATCHED This is the standard method The various veneer strips are joined together in mirror image pairs. This means that each strip is the reflection of the previous one. This technique lets you see perfectly how the log was handled. SLIP MATCHED This technique is often chosen if the veneer needs to be stained. Staining means no colour difference can seen between the different veneer strips on a panel. REVERSE SLIP MATCHED This has all the advantages of a slip matched sheet of veneer. ...