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Cookin' With Wood: Plank Steak and Cedar Wraps

By Bill Esler Posted: 05/23/2015 9:07AM

Lumber and veneer finds a greater purpose on holiday weekends - time to fire up the grill. But not just charcoal, this time - get the wood flavor right on to your plate with hickory, alder, cherry and other food0lovin' wood species.

StemWood Veneer Will Close Operations, Citing Asian Competition

Posted: 05/17/2015 10:55AM

StemWood, a New Albany, IN wood veneer and lumber mill, will end operations by the end of 2015. The company cited Asian competition, plummeting lumber prices, and rising costs as reasons for the closure.

Fish-skin Laminated Panel - It's For Real!

By Bill Esler Posted: 05/09/2015 4:19AM

A German furniture maker developed a salmon skin laminate a couple years ago, winning awards for the unusual product - and the process for producing it. We checked in to see if how the line was doing, and if products have been made with it.

How Reconstituted Veneer Is Made: Alpilignum Explains It

By Bill Esler Posted: 05/09/2015 3:38AM

Reconstituted veneer is explained in this whiteboard corporate video by Italian firm Alpi. It's Alpilignum line is made through the reconstituted process.

Transparent Veneer Is a Web of Glowing Fibers

By Bill Esler Posted: 05/08/2015 11:40PM

A composite veneer with transparent plastic resin lines lets light shine through, transforming wood into a new material. You can browse a wood library for preferred patterns and colors, and choose the number and pitch of transparent lines.

6 Things to Learn About Book Match Veneer

Posted: 04/01/2015 12:45PM

Book match is the most common matching type of veneer, with roughly nine out of 10 spliced veneers falling under book match. In this feature, Timber Products Co. veneer expert Eric Cullen looks at book match veneers.

SuperThick Veneer

Posted: 02/27/2015 3:29PM

Thin is nice, but some things are better thick – thick bacon, thick burger, thick steak, and thick wood veneer.

MBVC's Shades of Grey - Vtec Cerused Oak

By Dan Meyerson Posted: 02/27/2015 2:39PM

It's true - we are finishing the Valentine's month joining the promotion of "everything is Grey," and it's not just about the movie, but design trends have also been on a "grey" theme for some time.

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