Inner ply veneer placed at right angles to the core, face and back of a plywood panel.
A decorative treatment to the main veneer. The banding is laid with -the grain at right angles to the main veneer. Originally as a protection to the expressive main veneer, it later became a decorative device.
Veneer placed between the core and face veneers of plywood face panels of wood flush doors in which the direction of the grain in 2-ply construction is at right angles to that of the face veneer.
veneered edge to tabletops and drawer fronts, at right angles to the main veneer
Border bands in veneer in which the grain runs across the band. Used throughout 18th century English furniture.
Veneer used in the construction of plywood with five or more plies. Crossbands are placed at right angle to the grain of the faces and are typically placed adjacent to the face and back. Also refers to all inner layers of veneer whose grain direction runs perpendicular to that of the outer plies and may include parallel laminated plies.