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LANGZAUNER LZ2-S 3050 Veneer Saw
Wilen b. Wil
3 Bids
1,200 €
15/12/2016;11:40
KUPER Veneer Sewing Machine
Wilen b. Wil
0 Bids
950 €
15/12/2016;11:42
KUPER FWJ 920 Veneer Sewing Machine
Wilen b. Wil
0 Bids
950 €
15/12/2016;11:46
HYLLUS 321 M Guillotine Shears
Casalserugo
5 Bids
900 €
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LANZAUNER LZ2 Veneer Saw
Wilen b. Wil
0 Bids
850 €
15/12/2016;11:41
WOODWORKING Royal FX Finishing Machine
Bad Sooden-All…
1 Bid
800 €
16/12/2016;11:54
KUPER FW J 900 Veneer Splicing Machine
Bad Sooden-All…
0 Bids
600 €
16/12/2016;11:07
KUPER FWJ 920 Veneer Glueing Machine
Neustadt
8 Bids
320 €
16/12/2016;09:11
SCHEER Jointing Machine
Bad Sooden-All…
0 Bids
300 €
16/12/2016;11:16
SCHEER FM 2-3000 Veneer Saw
Neustadt
1 Bid
150 €
16/12/2016;09:10
KUPER FWM 630 Veneer Splicer
Pirmasens
2 Bids
70 €
19/12/2016;10:01
KUPER Veneer Splicer
Neustadt
1 Bid
30 €
16/12/2016;09:56
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  1. Wood in its most attractive form
  2. From a luxury product to an everyday product
  3. Further processing of veneer
  4. Suppliers
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Wood in its most attractive form

Veneering is one of the highest forms of woodworking. These wood sheets are made out of tree trucks using saws, knives or peelers. Depending on their thickness, veneers are differentiated between normal, micro and strong veneers. Veneer is only made out of high-end wood material. The bark and dirt is removed before the trunk is trimmed, and then it is prepared using the preferred cutting technique to achieve the required veneer texture.
  • The most important form of woodworking
  • Varying cutting and peeling techniques used to obtain different textures
  • Used in the furniture industry and a number of building elements
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The resulting veneer blocks are then steamed or cooked in water. This makes the wood soft and changes its colour. Depending on the desired colour, this process can last several hours up to several days. Different cutting and peeling techniques lead can result in a variety of textures. Finally the veneer is dried and smoothed. After it is cut, the veneer is bundled into packages. The veneer sheets are then added to the surfaces of the support material.

From a luxury product to an everyday product

Veneer was already manufactured in ancient Egypt. Wood was a very rare and valuable material and therefore, they sawed the wood into thin boards.
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Since the 14th century, veneer has been used for furniture in Europe. The veneer is solely created using sawing, and the process was very complex and expensive. In 1818 the first veneer peeling machine came onto the market. The industrialisation in this field began in 1870, with the first veneer cutting machine. The increasing production of wood workpieces in the 20th century increased the use of veneering techniques

Further processing of veneer

Diverse machines support the work and ensure that the cuts are precise. Veneering techniques require a lot of experience and technical knowledge. A variety of techniques is required for the joining up of veneer sheets. Veneer sheets are arranged in a reverse order. When gluing them together, every other one is rotated and glued to the head of the other ones. The different variations of veneering techniques decide what the veneer will look like at the end.
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In the further processing of veneer, it is often combined with other materials and coated on composite material, like laminate. Using high-end coating, these composite materials are turned into extremely resistant panels, that are used outdoors or in swimming pools. The veneer is refined using a variety of processes. Other than pickling or colouring, thermal modification and smoking are also used to apply desired visual characterises. A modern technique is digital pressing that allows for all kinds of compositions. Veneers are used in the furniture industry and for a variety of building elements, like covers for walls, ceilings, floors, windows and doors. Veneering techniques are also used for the interior design of automobiles, cars and airplanes.

Suppliers

Second hand machines for veneer techniques are available from JOSTING, KUPER, MONGUZZI, EMMELLE, SCHEER and TAGLIABUE.

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