face veneer

face veneer

[′fās və‚nir]
(materials)
Wood veneer selected for its decorative qualities rather than its strength.

face veneer

face veneer
Wood veneer selected for its decorative qualities rather than its strength.
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With an extensive background in hardwood veneer at Hartzell Veneer Products and Arkansas Face Veneer, Ward was most recently North American Sales Manager at Coldwater Veneer.
For testing mechanical properties of Pattern I, the thickness of the face veneer was kept at 1.
The rectangular Cocktail Table and End Table combine a fancy face veneer top with turned trumpet legs and a lower shelf, finished in Low Tide or with a Blossom base and Driftwood top.
Lexington also will close its face veneer operation, resulting in the loss of 18 additional corporate staffers.
Perforation size and patterns: Grooved face veneer and Diamond
However, the large percentage of shear failure when stressed parallel to face veneer grain hindered an accurate determination of true MOR.
Since the face veneer is the most visible part of any plywood panel to consumers, only the best quality veneers are used as top veneers.
Until recently, the High Point operation manufactured the panels, pressing face veneer purchased from an outside source onto underlying Layers made at Mannington's plant in Epes, AL.
In a contemporary styling, Platinum is a case goods group highlighted with fancy face veneer surfaces.
Plywood bending strength and stiffness parallel to face veneer grain direction were considerably lower than LVL bending strength and stiffness (Tables 4 and 6).
Roughness of face veneer can be improved to a certain extent by sanding; however, this increases overall production costs (Lebow and Winandy 1998, Taylor et al.
12 inches overdriven (50% and 100% of the face veneer thickness for 3/8-inch plywood and 4-ply 15/32-inch plywood, respectively), and 0.