Veneered Boards

Veneered Boards

Veneer is a thin layer of wood which is cut from a log. The main difference with solid wood is that solid wood is sawn from a log. This produces more waste than when cutting wood veneer.

Veneered board is a particle board or MDF covered with veneer layer.

Veneered MDF boards

Thickness OAK A/B BIRCH A/B ASH A/B WENGE A/B
6 mm  1220 x 2440 1220 x 2440 1220 x 2440
10 mm 1220 x 2440 1220 x 2440
16 mm 1220 x 2440 ; 2070 x 2800
19 mm 2070 x 2800 2070 x 2800

Veneered chipboard

Thickness OAK A/B BIRCH A/B ASH A/B BEECH A/B
10 mm    
11 mm   1240 x 2500  
16 mm  1240 x 2500 ; 2070 x 2800   2070 x 2800  2070 x 2800
19 mm  1240 x 2500; 2070 x 2800  2070 x 2800 
23 mm 2070 x 2800  
26 mm  2070 x 2800 1240 x 2500 1240 x 2500
29 mm    
31 mm
39 mm 2070 x 2800

ROTARY

The log is rotated around its axis and peeled off like a carpet roll.

CROWN CUT

The flat sliced or crown cut, through the heart of the log.

QUARTER NORMAL CUT

Straight-grained, cut at right angles to the growth rings.

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