Checks – Engineered Hardwood

Checks – Engineered Hardwood

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Multiple Veneers

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Checks

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Checks

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Checks

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Checks - Cracks - Splits

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Checks - Cracks - Splits

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What You Need To Know

During the manufacture of the veneers, cracks are inevitable. For rotary peeled veneers the actual cutting and flattening of the veneer will always result in latent veneer cracks or lathe checks. Even with sliced veneers, checks occur as the veneer is bent as the cutting knife slices the log.

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