Veneer

Veneer

Quality description

Interior A lot of attention is paid here to consistency of colour, structure and grain sequence. This quality is a "must" for interior design.

Elegance   

This classification involves specific visible features of the wood species. Series sizes are of lesser importance. Slight discolourations and minor defects are allowed.

Classic

This board puts real wood and his beauty in the right perspective, showing the natural features of colour, structure and characteristics. This is the board with best price/quality correlation for core and interior.

Standard In the standard classification the structure is more random, less evenly coloured, more knots, natural flaws are tolerated. Ideal product for core and interior work.

Sawn veneer

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Veneer thickness:
0,6 mm
1,0 mm 
1,4 mm 
2,0 mm
2,5 mm

Slicing methods

Quarter cut  Produced by cutting at right angles to the growth rings and results in straight grained effect (fig.1)
Crown-cut
Produced by cutting a log in half and then slicing parallel to its centre and result in crown or heart effect (fig.2)
Rotary cut    Tree rotates mechanically on its axis and is fully rolled out, also referred to as peeled veneer (fig.3)
Staylog
Tree is first cut in half or quarter and then excentrically sliced (fig.4)

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Jointing techniques

Bookmatched Veneer sheets are processed in bookform (fig.1)
Slipmatched The veneer sheets are processed in repetitive patterns (fig.2)
Solid/boarded Veneer sheets are processed in a random pattern and sequence, resulting in a solid effect (fig.3)
Turned - Slipmatched
Veneer sheets of the same structure are alternatively turned and/or slipmatched, resulting in a variation in structure in the veneer sheet (fig.4)

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