Compare between Engineer veneer and Natural veneer?

Comparing with natural woods, the engineered veneer has following characteristics:
1. Rich colors, and various textures. It is possible to clone various natural wood (natural rare wood particularly). Also, computer designs can create colors and textures that are impossible for natural wood and make you feel ease in selecting wood texture and color. It meets clients’needs of different levels and individualization consumption.

2. Excellent properties avoiding shortages and developing advantages. The colors and textures of engineered veneer can be artificially controlled. The shortages of discoloration, knot and wormhole that are inherent in natural wood materials can be avoided. In addition, some special treatments can be added to have new functions (such as antisepsis, moth proofing, etc.).

3. High comprehensive utilization rate of production and finished goods. According to different requirements, it is possible to make into different sizes which can overcome the limitation of diameter of natural wood.

4. Easy processing. Engineered veneer has uniformed material, suitable density and good cutting property for easy processing.

Engineered veneer is the upgraded version of natural wood and it’s from but beyond the nature. It extensively used in the area of furniture, decoration, flooring, decorative boards, windows&doors, sports goods, wood sculpture, arts&crafts.

for questions or order of Engineeer veneer, please contact:

YEN LAM COMPANY

hotline: 0903 796 367

email: yenlamcompany@gmail.com



Comparing with natural woods, the engineered veneer has following characteristics: 1. Rich colors, and various textures. It is possible to clone various natural wood (natural rare wood particularly). Also, computer designs can create colors and textures that are impossible for natural wood and make you feel ease in selecting wood texture and color. It meets clients’needs of different levels and individualization consumption. 2. Excellent properties avoiding shortages and developing ...