Reconstituted Veneer

Spectacular effects of colour, grain and pattern can be achieved using a computerized process that involves scanning, dyeing, high-pressure gluing and pressing veneer into a solid block, and then re-slicing it into conventional and decorative veneer patterns.

Single leaves, which are produced up to 700mm (2ft 4in) wide and 2500 to 3400mm (8ft 4in to 11ft 4in) long, range from 0.3 to 3mm (1/84 to 1/8in) thick.


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