End Grain Veneer by Rohol Furniere

July 8th, 2011 by retail design blog

There are several constructions of the veneer surface “End grain”. On the one hand End grain veneers are available as loose discs for the processing. Alternatively these are raw or furnished with a back side lamination for a better processability. On the other hand there will be put together to extensive veneer decks and glued on cores. By force of production small open areas can arise, which can be cemented comprehensive and therefore sealed. Species of wood including Oak, Beech, Maple, Nut, Robinie, Larch.

Construction nature: End grain disc segments will be placed to one another randomly.
Construction Orthogan: Rectangles of different sizes will be spliced.
Product measures: End grain veneer decks are applicable for all in the furniture processing usual cores.
Standard dimension: 2500 x 1250 mm
Standard thickness: 4 – 38 mm

Manufactured by: Rohol Furniere


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