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Hardwood Veneer

The leading supplier of hardwood veneer in North America ANSI/HPVA defines veneer as “a thin sheet of wood, rotary cut, sliced, or sawed from a log, bolt or flitch.” Birch, red oak, maple, ash, poplar, cherry and other species of fancy veneer are supplied throughout the decorative plywood, furniture, cabinetry, door and profile-wrap industries. Types of Veneer Lyptus, FSC, FSC Certified, PureBond, hardwood plywood, plywood, Columbia Forest Products, Columbia, eco-friendly, veneers Whole Piece Veneers Continuous pieces of veneer peeled from a log using a rotary process. FSC, FSC Certified, PureBond, hardwood plywood, plywood, Columbia Forest Products, Columbia, eco-friendly, veneersBook Matched Veneers. Every other strip of veneer is turned over. This produces a grain pattern that is matched at the veneer joint. FSC, FSC Certified, PureBond, hardwood plywood, plywood, Columbia Forest Products, Columbia, eco-friendly, veneersSlip Matched Veneers. Each strip is laid out side by side (without turning over). This produces a repetitive pattern. FSC, FSC Certified, PureBond, hardwood plywood, plywood, Columbia Forest Products, Columbia, eco-friendly, veneersSpliced Veneers. Composed of several pieces of veneer varying in width that are glued together to form a whole sheet. The way they are laid out determines the final look of the veneer.

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