One of the leading manufacturers &
wholesalers of
premium quality veneers
Rapidly growing dealers network
with over 250+ dealers across India
Established in 2010

to Kings Veneer

King’s Veneers is one of the leading manufacturers & wholesalers of veneers
in India. These veneers are manufactured under four stages of the industrial process composed of Smoking, Taping, Pressing, and Finishing.

We provide high-quality veneers, supported by superior service and dependability at a competitive price. Our business is dedicated to providing
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Compared to wood, one of the primary advantages of using veneer is stability. While solid wood can be prone to warping and splitting, because the veneer is made of thin layers of wood glued together, the chances of splitting or cracking are reduced. further, the glue used provides additional strength, making the end result stronger than natural wood.

Initially, for manufacturing veneers, wooden logs are sliced into flitches with specific cutting methods to achieve a required grain pattern. Veneer flitches are then dried and graded. All these graded flitches Undergo treatment such as Fumigation, Dying, and Weathering. According to the Client’s requirements, the patterns and layout are prepared, the sheet goes for Pressing. Finally, the sheet goes through the finishing procedure and a quality check is done. the best quality products are labelled packed for dispatch.

Cutting Methods

Often referred to colloquially as a flowery pattern, this design is obtained by slicing the block parallel to the centre of the log. This results in a raised cathedral or flower effect by the innermost growth rings.

This method is generally used with red oak and white oak to minimize the appearance of flakes in the final design. This is derived by slicing the block at a slight angle by cutting slightly against the modular rays. this also results in a straight-line design.

To obtain this design, a log is first cut into four quarter blocks. then each block is sliced perpendicular to the annual growth rings of the tree. this results in a straight grain appearance on the veneer.

For this method of cutting, the log is centered on a lathe and turned against a broad cutting ln life set into the log at a slight angle so that a continuous cut is made around the log. This results in a wild,
varied design.

Making Sets

Grouping Veneers

Veneers are grouped to resemble the grain pattern to give a uniform look and color. A series of veneers are considered to be part of a group
if their grains or appearance is similar. The size of the group depends upon the girth of the log-higher the girth, the higher are the chances of a bigger group.
Normally for slicing veneer, a log is divided into two to four blocks depending on the girth of the log. Each block is converted into beams. Not only do veneers produced from different beams of the same log have different grain patterns, but the grain pattern of different sections of the same beam also varies. Hence, it is broken down into groups that resemble similar design and colour.

Group of 4

Veneers are broken down into groups
to resemble similar designs and colors.

Group of 5

Veneers are broken down into groups
to resemble similar designs and colors.

Group of 6

Veneers are broken down into groups
to resemble similar designs and colors.