Veneer Application Tools

A wide variety of products are available for bonding wood veneer to a substrate, including wood glue and contact adhesive. These tips make it easy to choose the right tools for the job.
use a veneer roller to make sure veneer is flat

use a veneer roller to make sure veneer is flat

Figure A

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  1. Adhesives
  2. Woodworking
trim off excess veneer

trim off excess veneer

Figure B

use a veneer saw for cutting across wood grain

use a veneer saw for cutting across wood grain

Figure C

use iron on high heat to melt adhesive on veneer

use iron on high heat to melt adhesive on veneer

Figure D

veneer tape available for finishing project

veneer tape available for finishing project

Figure E

use special roller to smooth surface

use special roller to smooth surface

Figure F

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