Veneer cut from a log or flitch by moving it against a stationary knife.
sliced veneer is sliced off a log or flitch with a knife in a direction parallel to the axis of the log. This is the same direction that lumber is cut, so a sliced veneer exhibits the same grain pattern as lumber. It is more expensive than a peeled veneer.
Veneer that is cut from a block using a knife which results in individual pieces instead of a continuous sheet. Stud: Slender wood structural member used as a supporting element in walls and partitions.
Veneer produced by thrusting a log or sawed flitch into a slicing machine which shears off the veneer in sheets.
Single sheets are sliced off. Decorative, high quality. No cutting waste. A slow process in comparison to peeling. By properly preparing the log different designs can be achieved.