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The differences between wood grain paper and veneer

Wood grain paper is highly ornamental and cost effective, so it is used in various fields. Let's learn the difference between wood grain paper and veneer.

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What is wood grain paper?

Wood grain paper is a kind of veneer decorative paper, whose raw material is wood pulp kraft paper with high strength. It is mainly used for decoration or trimming of furniture, speakers and other household and office supplies.

Other uses include: plastic packaging, cigarette and wine packaging, plastic calendars, decorative paintings, etc.

The pattern is printed in imitation of tree pattern, the thickness is generally 0.5 to 1.0 mm, and the surface is smooth and glossy.

What is veneer?

Veneer (commonly known as: veneer; English: veneer; hereinafter referred to as veneer) Veneer is thin sheets of solid wood glued to a solid wood, plywood, particle board or fiberboard substrate. The quality of veneer depends on the quality of the substrate and the rarity and beauty of the natural patterns of the wood from which the veneer is cut. Solid wood is the most attractive veneer substrate, although it may not be as stable as plywood. Plywood, consisting of thin laminated sheets of wood bonded together at right angles to each other to create strength and stability, is the best alternative to solid wood as a veneer base.

Differences between wood grain paper and veneer.

1. depending on the material, wood grain paper can be used for decorative and furniture surfaces or trim; veneer is mainly used for high-grade decorative surfaces.

2.The price of wood grain paper is generally low; the price of veneer is mostly high.

3. wood grain paper domestic products, veneer in the most valuable species can only be imported.

4. wood grain paper is mostly used for surface treatment of the board. After pasting the board, it also needs to be painted. Veneer is a semi-natural decorative material. The pattern on the veneer is the pattern of the high-quality wood itself.

5.The thickness of wood grain paper is generally 0.5 to 1.0mm; the thickness of veneer is generally 1.0 to 2.0mm.

Wood paper and wood veneer can be used for furniture surface decoration, but there are certain differences between wood paper and wood veneer in terms of material, specification, thickness and price, etc. You can choose according to your actual situation.


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