Specifying and Technical

Special Matching Techniques

Diamond

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Box Match

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‘V’ Match

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Reverse Diamond

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Reverse Box match

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Herringbone

All the special matching techniques are very labour intensive, usually hand made with much higher veneer wastage-thus are priced accordingly.

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Quarter/Four Way Matching

This is the most common method of joining burls. The pattern can be continued in all directions until the panel size is obtained. These panels can be continued in a sequence matched manner.

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End Match/Butt Joining

Where the length of the veneer does not permit its fabrication into the desired height of panel, it may be matched with vertical butts, as well as with horizontal book match joins.

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Sunburst

Selected veneer prepared and matched, converging to a centre point.