Veneer refers to very thin slices of wood, typically between 0,5 to 1,0 mm in thickness. They are obtained either by peeling a tree log or by slicing large rectangular blocks of wood. Nearly each species of wood has its veneer available. Veneers have the ability to be joined with other veneers to form a large surface veneer sheet, which is then glued on chipboard to produce veneered chipboards. Veneered chipboard is a large wooden surface that gives the woodworker the possibility to produce a wooden item e.g. a table top or a cupboard or a cabinet that would otherwise be impossible with solid wood or extremely costly. The use of veneered chipboard is often combined with the use of solid wood to achieve a perfect and economical product e.g. a table combining its top from veneered chipboard and solid wood legs. Thus, we keep in stock a very comprehensive range of veneered chipboards matching almost our entire range of solid woods.