Hickory Paper Back Veneer Sheet - 4' x 8' Roll
These real wood veneer sheets are composed of premium sliced hardwoods that are spliced along the edges to make the full width; splicing is also done in a book matched pattern that's attractive and helps hide the splicing seam. The sheets use full-length slices so there are no splices to make the length. The 10 mil (10 thousandths) thickness paper backing allows the sheet to bend, flex, and work with curves and shapes without splitting. Apply paper back veneers with contact adhesive to make panels of large projects: conference tables, desks, doors, cabinet doors, coffee tables, etc.
Why Choose Hickory?Extremely tough and resilient with the rustic charm of colory variety and open grain. Don't be fooled, hickory can be difficult to manipulate by hand, but it looks wonderful when finished.
What Size Is This?
|Thickness||1/42" (≈ 1/42" approx)|
|Grade||Architectural grade paper back veneer is cut from the cleanest and most attractive logs; all sheets are sanded smooth to 220 grit|
|Quantity||One sheet has 32 square feet|
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About Hickory (Carya spp)View All Hickory Products
Hickory is a domestic wood from North America
Extremely tough and resilient with the rustic charm of colory variety and open grain. Don't be fooled, hickory can be difficult to manipulate by hand, but it looks wonderful when finished.
White cream with brown streaks to tan.
A large tree with a massive trunk reaches heights of 160 feet with 6-7 feet diameters. Has a very long life - up to 350 years.
Shellbark hickory, Hickory, Big shagbark hickory, Kingnut
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