Veneer and Inlay
When you think of veneer, you most likely think of a thin piece of wood glued over a wood substrate.
Because of its strength and stability, plywood can be a woodworker’s best friend. But its edges are just plain ugly. Disguise those plies with edge banding.
I bought some sliced veneer (no paper backing) at a woodworking show, but I’m not sure how to store it. Any advice?
I’m making a table, and the plans say to subtract the thickness of the veneer when cutting certain parts. Can you tell me the thickness of veneer?