Reconstituted Cherry Wood Veneer, Flat Cut
Reconstituted cherry veneer is a manmade or engineered flexible veneer that is made from dyed and laminated layers of a fast growing secondary species of wood. After being laminated into “logs” it is then sliced to simulate the cut and appearance of the natural species. Flat cut reconstituted cherry is normally available as FlexVen™ 10 and FlexVen™ 20 paper backed 4′ x 8′ sheets with a PSA (pressure sensitive adhesive) option. Reconstituted cherry wood veneer is also available in the 4′ x 10′ size and with Tuf-Pli™ polyback or Pli-Flex™ wood on wood backers as special order.
The grain runs along the 8’ dimension. Flat cut reconstituted maple veneer normally is not graded because it is manmade and has no defects. Plain sliced engineered cherry wood veneer boasts a straight uniformly colored grain pattern with a smooth texture. Reconstituted flat cut cherry veneer is ideal for projects that require a large number of consistent sheets. Man made cherry wood veneer accepts finishes well.