BALI VENEER

Veneer

Expose Wood Material Honestly With Natural Colour, Texture And Beauty


More than 50 types of Veneer are ready to select. Imported veneer (as white, beech, bubinga pomelle, cherry, macore, maple, oak white, pine carolina, santos polisander, sapelle quarter, sycamore, walnut, wenge, zebrawood etc); local veneer (jati, mahoni, sonokeling, mindi, ebony, etc) and also recon veneer (Reconstituted Veneer) ie: (ebony recon, wenge recon, oak white racon, bamboo recon etc.) Select the type of veneer to fit your design style (modern, minimalist, ethnic, classic, etc.) To Achieve best performance (natural grain and figure, clear and bright grain, elegance-perfect edge,  corner, exclusive, log life apperance); 0.60mm thickness of wood veneer is absolutely recommended.

The Cuts Used to Create Veneer

The size of the log, the species of wood, the grain pattern desired and other factors determine which type of cut will be made to create veneer. Below are some of the mosts common methods of cutting logs.
The saw blade (right) used in these illustrations is not what is actually used to cut veneer. It is only a simple representation to show where the cut is made. The type of blades used for cutting varies from mill to mill and cut to cut.
Rotary Cut 

Rotary Cut

The log is centered on a lathe and turned against a broad cutting knife set into the log at a slight angle.
Rotary Cut
Quarter Slicing 

Quarter Slicing

The log is centered on a lathe and turned against a broad cutting knife set into the log at a slight angle.
Quarter Slicing
Lengthwise Slicing 

Lengthwise Slicing

This is done from a board of flat sawn lumber rather than from a log. A variegated figure is created with this slice.
Lengthwise Slicing Flat
Plain Slicing 

Plain Slicing

This is done from a board of flat sawn lumber rather than from a log. A variegated figure is created with this slice.
Plain Slicing
Half-Round Slicing 

Half-Round Slicing

This is done from a board of flat sawn lumber rather than from a log. A variegated figure is created with this slice.
Half-Round Slicing
Rift Cut 

Rift Cut

This is done from a board of flat sawn lumber rather than from a log. A variegated figure is created with this slice.
Rift Cut
 

Veneer Species

     
  afromosia teak   anegre figured   khaya   lace wood   pine carolina   pine knotty
  ash white   bamboo   madrona   mahagony crotch   plane tree   redwood burl
  beach   birds eye maple   makore figured   mapa burl   santos polisander   sapele pomelle
  bubinga pomelle   cedar   maple   mazur birch   sapelle quarter   sycamore figured
  chen chen   cherry   movingui   myrtle burl   teak   walnut
  ebony makassar   eucalyptus figured   oak red   oak white   wenge   zebrawood