|Color:||Dark||Veneer Type:||Natural Wood Veneer|
|Grade:||AAA||Size::||1200mm-3800mm X 100mm And Up X 0.5mm.|
|Grain::||Quarter Cut||Width:||100mm And Up|
Oak Quarter Cut Veneer Sheets,
Oak Cut Veneer Sheets For Plywood,
Smoked Oak Cut Veneer Sheets
Smoked/Fumed Natural White Oak Quarter Cut Veneer Sheets For Plywood
1. Smoked oak veneer is also known as fumed oak veneer.
2. Size: 1200mm-3800mm x 100mm and up x 0.5mm.
3. Grain: Crown Cut & Quarter Cut.
4. Veneer Type: Natural Wood Veneer
5. It is mainly applied to the surface of the furniture, door, plywood, MDF, chipboard and block board; also know as top grade interior decoration, etc.
We use American White Oak for this smoked veneer reference. Oak grows in most of the eastern United States. It is found from southwestern Maine and extreme southern Quebec, west to southern Ontario, central Michigan, to southeastern Minnesota; south to western Iowa, eastern Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas; east to northern Florida and Georgia. The tree is generally absent in the upper Appalachians, the lower Mississippi Delta region, and coastal areas of Texas and Louisiana. The western slopes of the Appalachian Mountains and the Ohio and central Mississippi River valleys have optimal conditions for white oak, but the largest trees have been found in Delaware and Maryland on the eastern seaboard.
The heartwood of White Oak is light to medium brown, commonly with an olive cast. The paler sapwood is not always sharply demarcated from the heartwood. Quarter-sawn sections show prominent ray-stain patterns. Red oak (Quercus rubra) tends to be slightly redder in tone (as opposed to olive), but color alone is not always a reliable method of determining oak type.
Its grain is straight, with a coarse, uneven texture.
White Oak is classified as very durable; it is often used in shipbuilding and tight cooperage applications.
It produces good results with hand tools and machine tools. It has moderately high shrinkage values, resulting in mediocre dimensional stability, especially in flat sawn boards. Can react with iron (especially when wet) and cause staining and discoloration. Responds well to steam bending. Bonds, stains and finishes well.
Abundant availability of White Oak Fleck in a good range of widths and thicknesses, both as lumber and as sawn lumber. Generally a bit more expensive than red oak, prices are moderate for a domestic hardwood, although thicker planks or saw boards are more expensive.
This wood species is not listed in the CITES Appendices, and is reported by the IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) as a species of least concern.
We always work hard to provide materials that are environmentally friendly, controlled and sustainable. So that our customers can feel comfortable knowing that we care about the environment and the health of our forests.
Natural wood veneer is obtained from the trunk of a tree, by cutting large blocks of cut wood, we obtain raw natural wood veneers. Each natural wood veneer package is unique, there are not the same trees, so you can not get natural veneers 100% the same. Even the same wood species do not have identical patterns. We can supply not only thick veneer, but also paper thin veneer, standard 0.5mm veneer, rough cut veneer, engineered floor top layer veneer, exotic wood veneer (always FSC approved or controlled).
All the products we manage comply with EUTR guidelines, and the General Directorate of Biodiversity, Forests and Desertification of the Ministry for Ecological Transition and Demographic Challenge.
Common Uses: Smoked oak veneer is perfect for all types of veneer applications, cabinetry, furniture, interior trim, flooring, boat building and barrels. The white oak can be used universally in al branches of the wood-working industry because it is most resistant to external influences. This is why it is held in high esteem in the veneer and lumber trades due to its expressive texture. It has grat significance in the USA as stave wood (for whiskey). Used as veneer and lumber in al branches of the furniture, door and panel industries as well as for making parquet floors and stairs.
Properties: Due to the strong interbreeding of the different species the color spectrum is broad and extends from light yellow to dark brown. Deviations into pink are possible, too. Frequent occurrence of so-called mineral deposits, dark streaks which appear on the surface as clearly defined patches. Blue stain can occur through contact with metal in wet wood.
Machining: SAwing and planing presents no difficulties when carbide tools are used.
Seasoning: The wood of the Amercan White Oak dries very slowly and there is a tendency to check. Particularly mild and slow drying necessary.
Finishing: All surface treatments are easy to apply and the wood is particularly suitable for rustic staining.
Comments: Strong, beautiful, rot-resistant, easy to work with and economical: it represents exceptional value for woodworkers. No wonder the wood is so widely used in cabinet and furniture making. Connecticut’s state quarter was coined with an image and inscription of a famous white oak, the Charter Oak. In 1687, a cavity within the tree was used as a hiding place for the Connecticut Charter of 1662 to prevent its confiscation by the British.
Smoking was an accidental discovery in England after it was noticed that oak boards stored in a barn had darkened. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries smoking became popular with furniture makers in the Arts and Crafts movement. The technique was introduced to the United States by Gustav Stickley in 1901 and a manufacturing technique was perfected in the Stickley family firm’s line of mission style furniture.
The smoking process is excellent, especially for transforming old material into usable veneer for high-end projects. Our process has been perfected over the years to ensure that the best results are achieved every time. As a result, your veneer will have rich colors and a beautiful depth of contrast. The process works best on white oak due to the high tannin content of this wood. Smoked oak is also called smoked oak.
Smoked oak veneer is perfect for all types of veneer applications, cabinetry, furniture, interior trim, flooring, boat building and barrels. The white oak can be used universally in al branches of the wood-working industry because it is most resistant to external influences. This is why it is held in high esteem in the veneer and lumber trades due to its expressive texture. It has grat significance in the USA as stave wood (for whiskey). Used as veneer and lumber in al branches of the furniture, door and panel industries as well as for making parquet floors and stairs.
|neer Name||Smoked/Fumed Natural White Oak Quarter Cut Veneer Sheets For Plywood|
|Color||natural white color|
|Used for||Plywood, Door, Furniture, floor, Decoration panel face, MDF, etc|
|Size of Length||Panel ≥ 250cm, Door :210-245cm, Furniture ≥ 120cm|
|Size of Width||Quarter cut ≥ 100mm, Crown cut ≥ 120mm|
|Thickness||0.15~2.0mm as your request|
|MOQ||One pallet like 4000m2. Sample order are also welcome|
|Payment terms||T/T, L/C, Western Union|
|Delivery time||10~15 days|
|Packing||Packed by wood pallets, covered by plastic films, and fixed by steel strips.|
|OEM||Veneer OEM Acceptable|
|Supply capacity||300,000 square meters per month|
|Loading Port||Shenzhen port/Shanghai Port,China|
|Load ability||1X20GP: 35,000 square meters; 1X40GP: 70,000 square meters ;1X40HQ: 80,000 square meters|
1. Natural wood veneer, pro environment.
2. Uniform white color with nice grain.
3. Stable supply situation with fast delivery date.
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