Glossary of common veneer terms formwood industries. Flat cut, rift, and quartersawn white oak wood veneer sheets. Maple has a nice tone and the quarter sawn quarter cut slice allows for a straight grain. Book matching is the most common technique and is often used with plain, quarter or rift sliced veneers. Four veneer pieces are book matched both from side to side and from top to bottom. Veneer matching, panel matching and panel positioning. Book matching is used with flat cut, quarter, rift or rotary cut veneer. Each strip is laid out side by side without turning over. It is one of the most popular wood species on the market. When book matching, the adjacent leaves of veneer alternate between tight and loose faces. Hardwood veneer whole piece, book matched, slip matched. Veneer book matching is the most frequently used method for matching wood veneer. Individual leaves are matched end to end with the following two leaves in sequence matching side by side. As in the plain slicedversions, the quartered and rift cut veneers are carefully stacked in bundles of 24 32 leaves and numbered with consecutive labels.
Alternating pieces of veneer are flipped over so they face each other as do the pages within a book. Panel matching is then required to define how the completed veneer face is positioned during production of the panel. We have white oak wood veneer sheets in stock and ready for immediate shipment. The fun really kicks in when you start book matching veneer. Book matching may be used with plain, quarter or rift sliced veneers. Knotty grades are typically plank matched so knots and. Every other piece of veneer is turned over so adjacent pieces are opened like two adjacent pages in a book. Every other leaf or component of veneer from a given log is turned over to produce.
Take your commercial and retail interiors to brand new levels with book matched marlite wood veneers, designer interior wall systems and architectural panels. The veneer joints match and create a mirrored image pattern at the joint line, yielding a maximum continuity of grain. Veneer matching occurs first and specifies how individual veneer leaves will be joined together on the face of the panel. Learn about wood veneer matching, specifically endtoend vs sequence matching, the trend of horizontal veneer and what it means for woodworkers and. All components from a given log are spliced together in their respective order without turning. The visual effect created is that veneer joints match, creating a symmetrical pattern. Panel positioning involves the orientation of finished panels during the construction process. Quartered maple veneer is a standard veneer that is perfect for nearly any project. Veneer slices are joined in sequence without flipping the pattern. Make your own 4way book matched panel with walnut burl veneer. This method is useful in making up larger panels, and for species where only small leaves are available.
Used to extend the length of veneers when added length is required. Also included in this category is a huge selection of curly and other figured white oak veneers. Quartered slip match maple veneer is a standard veneer that the flitches are slip match rather than book match. In book matched veneer, alternating pieces of veneer are placed in such. Components from various logs of the same species are. Each section of the log is given a distinct tracking number so that veneers can be sold in consecutive sections. It is accomplished by turning every other veneer leaf over, and arranging it.
One single piece of veneer is used, with continuous grain characteristics running across the sheet. The veneer may reflect light, accept stain differently and may yield a noticeable color variation. We specialize in fsccertified, exotic, dyed, and recomposed wood veneers. This is a traditional way of jointing veneers based on the nature of the growth of the tree from which they are cut. In book matching every other sheet is turned just as the leaves of a. The appearance of sanfoot architectural wood veneer wallcovering is largely determined by the matching and slicing method. Composed of several pieces of veneer varying in width that are glued together.974 336 847 1133 744 1105 933 1510 659 245 770 565 174 1347 940 439 90 940 1226 941 70 1307 1494 572 1063 1226 860 389 1239 578 129 380 1137 823 1066 172 1164 1205