Pros and cons of unfinished veneered panels

Pros and cons of unfinished veneered panels(Image)

Differences between KD unfinished veneered panels and other brands


Comparison of wood veneer thickness (light color)

Other brands: The veneer is often too thin, causing the grain of the backing material to appear on the surface.
KD: Wood veneer is noticeably thicker, hence, thoroughly covering the whole surface and showcasing a more aesthetic wood grain.


Comparison of veneer thickness (dark wood)

Other brands: The veneer is often too thin, which may expose the color of substrate and glue overflow.
KD: The wood veneer is noticeably thicker. Therefore, does not expose the color of the substrate. It also showcases the real texture in the wood grain.


Comparison of priming and sanding

Other brands: Plywood priming color may vary in color, and sanding sometimes not thorough enough, resulting in lack of and texture and clarity in grain.
KD: With the use of the latest sanding technology, KD maximizes the beauty of the wood grain.


Comparison of backing material

Other brands: In order to reduce costs, B-grade plywood is an alternative used in the market which often causes convex marks and dents on the surface when laminating.
KD: KD panels use selected A-grade plywood as a substrate to ensure a flat and dent-free surface.


Comparison of veneer and lamination quality

Other brands: Wood veneer is prone to defects and knife marks due to low cost manufacturing, splicing of joints are not joined tightly.
KD: Every stage of the veneer production process is carefully monitored and manufactured according to the highest standards.


Comparison of coating application

Other brands: With low quality veneer panels, woodworkers will find it extremely difficult to apply the work.
KD:Using select materials, woodworkers can coat the surface easily and get the best results.
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