Veneer matching techniques

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Gustafs Architectural

The crown cut veneer flitches are book matched, placed mirror wise, like opening the pages of a book.

– Book Matched
– Crown Cut
– Constant number of flitches per panel within one order (normally 3, 4 or 5/600 mm)

 

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Gustafs Easy Mix

The crown and half-crown cut veneer flitches are reverse slip matched. This technique allows a more random use of veneer batches and is recommended for larger walls and ceilings. There will be more colour variation within individual panels but results in a more homogenous over-all cladding. Easy to install as it minimizes the need to plan the on-site installation.

– Reverse Slip Matched
– Crown and Half-Crown Cut
– Varying number of flitches per panel within one order (3 to 6/600 mm)
– Recommended for larger surfaces

 

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