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Oak Red veneer

The cathedrals in the Red Oak Veneer Flat Cut American have a lovely grain pattern. It is a common stock, just like most oak wood. It works well for almost any project. It can be anything from bright pink to wheat in color and density. Other names for flat cut oak include plain sliced and crown cut oak. for DIY veneer projects and refacing.

One of the veneers that is frequently utilized in the American furniture business is red oak. The open-pored grain offers an intriguing texture and pattern that most oil-based stains really enhance. Red oak that has been quartersawn frequently has the sought-after “tiger stripe” particles or flakes.

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Oak red veneer faced plywood board

These real wood oak red veneer sheets are made of superior sliced hardwoods that are spliced along the edges to form the complete width. The splicing is also done in a book-matched pattern, which is appealing and helps cover the splicing seam. There are no splices necessary to get the desired length because the sheets use full-length slices. The sheet can bend, flex, and work with curves and shapes without splitting due to the paper backing’s 10 mil (10 thousandths) thickness.

Large projects, such as conference tables, desks, doors, cabinet doors, coffee tables, etc., can be made from panels by attaching paper back veneers using contact glue.
Oak Red veneer is a traditionally attractive, sturdy wood that is arguably the most widely used hardwood in the United States. It also happens to be the tallest and most quickly growing of all the North American oaks, growing in great abundance from Nova Scotia to Georgia and as far west as the Great Lakes and Louisiana, while only being a medium-sized deciduous tree.

As a result, woodworkers have access to a nearly limitless supply of reasonably cost wood, which is why so many American homes are made of Red Oak. Even many plastic and imitation wood surfaces have Red Oak prints on them. It’s that well-liked. Perhaps this is why it is sometimes referred to as “Champion Oak.”

It has a gorgeous appearance as well. The paler sapwood of Red Oak, which ranges in color from a reddish tan to pink, isn’t often easily distinguished, giving the wood a more uniform appearance. The texture is rough and uneven, with a primarily straight grain. Additionally, Red Oak frequently has a noticeable ray fleck pattern when wood is quartersawn.

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One of the most popular American oak veneers is red oak veneer.

When compared to American white oak veneer, American red oak veneer often has a competitive price.

On the other hand, if you want veneer sheets that are full panel size, engineered red oak is a good choice.

Oak red veneer rolls are obviously extremely popular for edgebanding and wrapping profile, architrave, and frame.

Both 0.45mm common oak veneer and 0.25mm thin oak veneer are available on the Chinese wood veneer market.

Oak Red veneer sheets in the 0.55mm or 0.6mm thickness are available from North American or European sources.

One of the most popular natural oak veneers worldwide is red oak veneer.

The demand for natural red oak is extremely high, whether it be in the form of sheets, veneer rolls, or matched oak layons.

You can choose 0.25mm fleece backed or paper backed oak sheets for thin red oak.

If you want red oak wood that is colored, you may undoubtedly get dyed red oak.

Crown cut red oak often costs less than quarter cut and rift cut red oak.

The two most significant flaws in red oak sheets are flake and stain.

Specifications(Panel Size)

FacesOak red veneer both sides, sanded,Suitable for decorative use
Thickness Tolerance±0.2mm
Surface TreatmentPolished/Non-Polished
Moisture Content6%~9%
Glue emission levelE0, P2, WBP,MR

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