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How Climate Affects Veneer

By Bernie Bottens Posted: 04/04/2013 9:26PM

Changes in climate from humidity to temperature can affect veneer. The best thing that you could do is to allow sheets of veneer to acclimate thoroughly before they are glued to the substrate.


Understanding Veneer Cuts and Their Appearance

By Peter Rodgers Posted: 04/02/2013 4:37PM

Understanding veneer cuts and their appearance.


Eight Tips for Applying Wood Veneer with Contact Cement

By Peter Rodgers Posted: 04/02/2013 4:31PM

Eight Tips for Applying Wood Veneer with Contact Cement


Eight Tips To Apply Wood Veneer with Contact Cement

By Peter Rodgers Posted: 04/02/2013 4:31PM

Eight tips for applying wood veneer with contact cement




What is Twenty-Two Mil or Bubble-Free Veneer?

By Peter Rodgers Posted: 03/29/2013 10:54AM

Twenty-two mil veneer is a sheet of raw veneer (called a 'face' in the trade) that has been backed with two layers of paper backer before it is flexed and sanded.


Veneer Matching

By Peter Rodgers Posted: 03/29/2013 10:52AM

The term “veneer matching” refers to matching and manipulating the flitches (small slices of raw veneer) within a single sheet of veneer to create a desired visual effect.


What is Wood Veneer?

By Peter Rodgers Posted: 03/29/2013 10:38AM

Furniture and fixture makers, as well as musical instrument, automotive, yacht, and recreational vehicle manufacturers use wood veneer because it is significantly more economical than solid wood of the same species.


What Causes Veneer Checking: Part III

By Bernie Bottens Posted: 03/28/2013 2:00PM

This week we look at environmental changes, from sourcing through installation, and how they may impact the veneer.


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