Matilda Veneer
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Veneer in the home

The use of timber veneer is nothing new, many ancient societies utilised decorative veneers and plywood. The Dutch were using veneers in the 17th century and by the 18th century European cabinetmakers were selling high quality veneered furniture in various…

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Stuck on you: Plywood glue bonds

We explained what Plywood is in a previous blog (read it here), but here’s a quick recap before discussing glue bonds. Thin layers, or veneers, of wood are bonded together with a strong adhesive in order to make Plywood. The…

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A cut above: veneer cutting methods

The saying there’s more than one way to skin a cat isn’t very nice, but it does highlight there is more than one way to go about it. The same is true for producing veneer from logs, there are a…

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