18mm Veneered Blockboard available in White Ash, Beech and Oak crown cut A/B. Other veneers are available to order.
|2440 x 1220mm|
|White Ash Crown Cut A/B||ASB18||x|
|White Beech Crown Cut A/B||BEWB18||x|
|White Oak Crown Cut A/B||WOB18||x|
The appearance of the veneer sheet is determined by the way the wood is sliced and how the pieces are joined together.
The ways the veneer can be cut and details of how the various strips of veneer can then be jointed to produce the final sheet are shown below. The drawings give you a good idea of the end result.
This helps you decide what your panel will finally look like and the best choice for your application. For further information go to www.decospan.com
|Slicing Techniques||Jointing Techniques||Quality||Veneer Thickness|
|BM Balance Method
B Book Matched
S Slip Matched
RS Reserved Slip Matched
|0.6 Standard thickness veneer 0.6mm*
1 Also available in thickness 1mm*
1.5 Also available in thickness 1.5mm*
2 Also available in thickness 2mm*
*Small differences in thickness are possible
Ways of slicing
The description of the faces of the veneered boards e.g. crown or quarter cut refers to the front face only; the reverse on two-sided boards may be either.
Produced by cutting at right angles to the growth rings producing straight grained effect.
Produced by cutting a log in half and then slicing parallel to its centre to produce the crown or heart effect
The log is rotated around its axis against a knife, as if unrolling a carpet. This produces a continuous sheet with sometimes very wild characteristics.
A natural defect on the outside of the tree and/or its root. Characteristically there are small knots grouped closely together giving a highly decorative appearance. The veneer is mainly rotary cut.
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