The slicing is made parallel to the line through the centre of the log creating straight grain and ‘cathedral-like’ patterns.
Logs are sawn into quarters and slicing occurs roughly parallel to the radius line through the log segment creating a varying series of stripes.
Like unwinding a roll of paper slicing is achieved when the log is centre–mounted and ‘peeled’ creating a bold/random pattern.
Traditional form of matching by positioning successive leaves of veneer to create a symmetrically balanced pattern of grain and figure.
Techinique preferred when then final board is to be stained to maintain a consistent colour across the full board.
Veneers are jointed together in random fashion to give an appearance of individual solid wood boards.
In this section
A range of real wood crown cut veneers on an MDF core (some veneers are available on moisture-resistant MDF, block board & plywood). 0.6mm x 2440mm x 1220mm paper backed veneers are also available in both Oak & Walnut from stock, other species available on request.”
The veneers are of excellent quality and the boards are commercial grade A/B, suitable for a range of uses including interior wall panelling, furniture manufacture and shop-fitting. We also offer a made-to-order service using other substrates including chipboard and Birch plywood.
Sizes: 2440mm and 3050mm | Width 1220mm | Thicknesses 6mm, 10mm, 13mm, 19mm and 26mm
Availability:from stock held at our Maldon, Nottingham and Skelmersdale sites
Further details, costs and delivery schedules: Contact your usual/nearest Brooks Bros Sales Office
(Board sizes: 19mm x 2440mm x 1220mm)
(Boards sizes 19m x 3000mm x1220mm)
These are Oak veneered MDF boards with a textured finish on one face.
This range of products is a selection of veneered MDF boards available on a variety of special core boards.
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