Wood veneer is one of the best forms of wood. Veneer refers to thin slices of wood, usually between 0.05 – 0.6mm.
You can see how veneer is made by watching this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EkIKmEVanto
Yes, we’re actually experts when it comes to this type of enquiry. Over the last 45 years we’ve built quite a network of suppliers and contacts. This enables us to quickly find a particular type of veneer. If you have a question around sourcing veneer please feel free to get in touch. firstname.lastname@example.org
Sadly we’re unable to actually make the door for you as we don’t get involved in the wood working side. However we can help you source the veneer you require and then put you in touch with a partner company who can press it to a door.
Yes of course! We work with interior designers on a daily basis making their dreams a reality. If you’re looking for a particular colour or finish, contact us today email@example.com
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It’s a wartlike, deformed growth, normally on the root or trunk, but sometimes on the branches.
Yes of course, there are however some veneers that are not able to take a liquid finish.
Medullary rays are cellular structures found in some species of wood. They appear as radial planar structures, perpendicular to the growth rings, which are visible to the naked eye. In a transverse section they appear as radiating lines from the centre of the log.
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