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Sawn veneer

Hardly any other material has such a technological potential, hardly any other is so predestined for modern use of forms.

Sawn veneer: Stronger than sliced veneer!

Our sawn veneer with its impressively natural colour is the ideal raw material for most unique solutions made of wood.

Sawn maple/sycamore veneer | Cutting thicknesses 5 mm / 7 mm / 10 mm
Sawn oak veneer | Cutting thickness 5 mm / 7 mm / 10 mm
Sawn walnut veneer | Cutting thickness 5 mm / 7 mm
Sawn ash veneer | Cutting thickness 5 mm / 7 mm / 10 mm
Sawn beech veneer | Cutting thickness 7 mm
Sawn larch veneer | Cutting thickness 7 mm
Sawn cherry veneer | Cutting thickness 5 mm / 7 mm
Sawn elm veneer | Cutting thickness 7 mm

Sawn oak veneer
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Sawn veneer is ideally suited for the production of chateau planks or classic panel floorings, but also for the restoration of furniture or the rehabilitation of floor coverings.

Sawn beech veneer, sawn maple/sycamore veneer, sawn ash veneer, and sawn oak veneer are sold to firms involved in stairway construction. Sawn cherry veneer and sawn walnut veneer are predominantly used for upmarket interior finish.

We would be pleased to give you advice on the diverse fields of application!

Due to our advanced log band sawing technology we are able to offer particularly smooth or ribbed sawn veneer.

When using sawn veneer of any timber species, the technical advantages*, compared to sliced veneer, have a very positive effect on the surface because the sawn veneer is not compressed or expanded during production.

 

* Sawn veneers are separated from the log without deformation. Sliced veneers, in contrast, are compressed by the hold-down beam and widened by the knife during production. With increasing thickness, this results in two different surfaces that have very different paint absorption properties.