The preparation of veneer, due to its thickness, requires not only extensive experience, but also the use of appropriate, precise machines. The first stage of veneer preparation is milling. In order to avoid visible joining of leaves, manifested by a sunken varnish on the joining line, we use very precise high-speed milling cutters with diamond tools.
With the use of such modern and precise machines, the edges remain perfectly even, and the fibres do not separate. The next stage of veneer preparation is the combination of individual leaves in a larger area. By focusing on the high quality of the furniture we offer, we use a traditional veneer sewing machine with glue thread, which is slower than the contact jointing machine but does not leave a weld. Sometimes, when working with exotic, fragile veneers, an even older method, which is adhesive paper, should be used.
The appropriate temperature and humidity for particular types of wood are important. An environment that is too dry can cause cracks in the veneer, while too humid can cause the pores to expand after gluing.