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In order to produce natural wood veneers, appropriate logs
are chosen and softened in boiling plants; then dried up and
sided. Veneers are pressed on chipboard or MDF by using
appropriate glue and at appropriate heat and pressure. By
this process, plates just look like natural wood.
Logs are cut at appropriate dimensions, laid in pools for
some time according to their hardness, and cut at preferred
thickness. By this process, veneers are prepared. These wet
veneers are dried, laid, and handed together at preferred
number of pieces. They are sewed as one piece width-wide and
one piece length-wide. Then, the veneers are ready to press
on MDF and chipboard. MDF or chipboard is glued in gluing
machine; sewed veneers are laid on them, put into press
machine; and the products becomes ready after pressing at
suitable heat and pressure.
Pressed both length-wise and width-wise.
Different types of veneers can be pressed.