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Chapter three Kinds of veneers and veneer timbers
Chapter four Preparation of veneer
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Adhesive tape advantage animal glue assembled avoid banding battens bearers built-up patterns burr Caul veneering centre chipboard chisel cleaned contact adhesive corners cramps are applied cross-banding cross-bearers curls cutting gauge damp door enable end grain flat board flitch fretsaw glasspaper glued grain direction groove groundwork hammer method hammer veneering handscrews Harefield heart side heat held inlay joints knife lamin board latter liable light lipping mahogany marquetry matched moulding necessary needed overhanging panel patch Photograph by courtesy pieces placed plane plywood position pressure pull rebate plane resin glue right angles rosewood round rubber sapele Scotch glue scraper scratch-stock screwed shaped cauls sheet shooting board shown in Fig shows shrinks slightly solid wood sometimes spindle moulder spokeshave straight straight-edge strips of gummed surface surplus glue template thickness thin thumbscrews tooth traditional animal trimmed veneer is laid veneering hammer walnut Waring & Gillow whole width