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Figure 4. APPEARANCE FACTORS Veneer Matching Face veneers may be rotary cut, rift cut (oak only), plain sliced (flat sliced), quarter sliced, or half-round sliced (fig. 5). The veneer leaves may then be arranged to produce certain matching effects (fig. 6). Book matching readily comes to mind when discussing veneer matching, laying out the leaves like an open book so adjacent leaves are nearly mirror images. When going from one pair of veneer leaves to the next, some of the matching is lost when progressing through the log, but the effect can still be stunning.

4 mm) for 13⁄8 Interior Panel Doors and 13⁄4 and 13⁄8 Entrance Doors (Exterior), which are the only two groups where minimum dimensions for flat panels are included. 6. Permissible defects in lumber are limited by the AWI standard depending on board size and grade. Defects and veneer-matching characteristics applicable to hardwood veneers are specified by reference to grades established by HPVA. Additional grain- and color-matching requirements for Premium and Custom grades are in the AWI standard.

Plain-sliced red-oak veneers are less expensive than plain-sliced white birch and are a good choice for inexpensive, good-quality doors. Oak veneers, as well as being plain sliced, are slip match frequently quartered or rift cut for a straight-grain appearance. Rift-cut oak is similar to quartered oak, but the amount and size of ray fleck, which some people find objectionable and which does not take stain well, are less in riftcut veneers than in quartered veneers. If unsure which cut is wanted, look at finished samples to see the grain pattern and the effect that ray fleck has on the appearance of the veneer; also, consider having the client review the samples for concurrence.

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