Spliced veneers

Spliced veneers

Glued together veneer sheets in width to achieve larger formats and the desired grain pattern.

Furniture veneer sheets are joined together, allowing us to obtain much wider formats than with veneer sheets, which typically have a maximum width of 30-40cm. Additionally, veneer sheets offer the option to choose a specific grain pattern. This is why they are commonly used in the production of furniture, tables, chairs, doors, coffins, and more.

After cutting, the veneer sheets are machine-joined in a splicer. It is here, at high temperatures, that an almost invisible adhesive joint is created, connecting the individual sheets. Furthermore, the ends of the veneer sheets are joined underneath with thread.

Such glued veneer ensures high durability and can be used without concerns in press shelves and membrane presses.

We manufacture furniture veneers from all the veneer species available in our offer. The available thicknesses are 0.7mm, 1.5mm, 2.0mm, and 4mm.

The dimensions of the veneer sheets are determined by the customer when placing an order, with a maximum length of 290cm. The width is practically unlimited (in such cases, the veneer sheets are rolled into rolls).

On-site, we have veneer sheets with lengths of 160cm, 210cm, and 250cm, and a width of 53cm (most commonly used for furniture), as well as lengths of 210cm and widths of 24cm and 28cm (popular dimensions for coffin lids).

We also produce veneer sheets specifically for table production, including tables with inserts. The grain pattern on the tabletops and inserts is then the same. Some dimensions are available immediately on-site.

The grain pattern of the furniture veneer sheets can vary greatly and depends on the customer’s needs. Some options are shown in the gallery below.

Knot veneer sheets and mixed veneer sheets, where the veneer sheets come from several different packs, are highly popular. Additionally, we can choose to join right-right or right-left (flipping one sheet the other way, known as book matched) and rotate the ends (turning them upside down). All of these factors contribute to the final grain pattern of the veneer sheets.

Due to the principle of gluing the panels from both sides (to prevent warping), we also produce veneer sheets for left sides. If the customer is not concerned about aesthetic qualities, we can use veneer from cheaper or lower-quality species to reduce the price.

If you have any questions or doubts, please feel free to contact us.