Veneer slicing techniques

CROWN CUT +
CROWN CUT

The veneer is characterised by irregular grain shapes that are formed by cutting on a tangent to the axis of the log.

ROTARY CUT +
ROTARY CUT

This cut follows the log’s annual growth rings, and a bold variegated grain marking is produced.

QUARTER CUT +
QUARTER CUT

The growth rings strike the knife at 90° angles, producing a series of stripes, straight in some woods, varied in others.

RIFT CUT +
RIFT CUT

The growth rings strike the knife at 90° angles, producing a series of stripes, straight in some woods, varied in others.

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