A4 size (210mm x 297mm) natural wood veneer sheet
◉A sheet of natural wood and industrial Japanese paper which are bonded together and can be easily cut with scissors or a cutter.
◉The sheet can also be ironed on at home.
Sheet thickness: approx. 0.25mm
This wood type is cross grain,
Wood type：Rose wood
Place of origin：Southeast Asia
Specific gravity: 1.04
Along with ebony and Bombay black wood, it is considered one of the "Three Great Chinese Woodcuttings". It was imported via China during the Tang dynasty, and is therefore called "karamoku". It is the general term for several species of wood used as inscriptions in the genus Pterocarpus in the legume family. Indian rosewood and cocobolo are rare and have high market value, and are collectively referred to as "rosewood".
［EXAMPLE OF USE］
◉FOR EDGES OF WOODEN FURNITURE, ETC.
When making furniture using decorative plywood, if the thick part of the plywood or MDF is visible, this part may be covered with wood veneer sheet afterward.
By attaching Japanese paper to the back side of a veneer sheet, it becomes easier to use.
◉AS REPAIR MATERIALS
This veneer sheet can be used for repairing and applying to flat wooden surfaces such as furniture and interior decorations.
Please flatten the surfaces of the base with sandpaper so that there are no uneven parts before use.
When it is used for wood inlaying/marquetry, the use of wood veneer sheet, which is affixed with Japanese paper, allows for delicate processing. This is because it is relatively easy to arrange, even for smaller and delicate cuts.
It can be used on laminated boards for speaker boxes, such as plywood, MDF, etc.
［ABOUT IRONING ］
It can be applied with a household iron.
We recommend the use of a special glue that can be applied to the base material (the object to which the veneer is affixed) and used after it dries.
This allows you to apply the wood veneer sheet after the glue has dried, so unlike ordinary glues, you can apply it without being restricted by time.
詳しくはPlease see the video on how to paste.
［wood adhesive (for application of wood veneer sheets by iron)］
CH7WN CH7WN Vinyl acetate resin-based emulsion type adhesive by KONISHI Co.
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［HOW TO USE］
Apply this glue to both the base material (the object to be affixed) and the wood veneer, and wait until the adhesive is completely dry (until the white adhesive becomes transparent).
If the surface of the base material is not in good condition, apply the glue to 80-90% of the base material side, and 50-60% of the wood veneer sheet side, both half dry. Doubled gluing is also effective.。
Approximate amount (glue) to be applied: approx. 10 g per 30 cm square
*Double the amount to 20 g since the glue is applied to both the base material and the wood veneer.
*The volume of the glue may vary depending on the application method.
After the glue dries, press the wood veneer sheet down with an iron and heat to affix.
This glue melts and adheres when it is heated to around 80 degrees Celsius, so it can be adhered even if there is some time left after the adhesive has dried. However, it is preferable to work on the same day.
The ironing temperature should be set at 100 to 200°C. You may apply the iron directly to the wood sheet, but it is recommended to use a cloth that can be easily heated, such as a thin cotton cloth, like Japanese tenugui (towel), to prevent scratches and burns.
Even with a cloth, if the iron is left in the same spot, it may burn at high temperatures and discolor the veneer sheet. So please keep the iron in motion.
If you are not skilled in this method, it is advisable to apply it at about 100°C.
However, if the temperature is not high enough, the adhesion will fail.
If the surface of the veneer sheet becomes loose due to air bubbles, etc., it can usually be fixed by piercing the veneer sheet with a needle or cutter knife and then reattaching it with an iron so that it is inconspicuous after removing the air.
［FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS］
Q: Can it be applied to curved surfaces?
A: Although it is sometimes a little difficult to apply with ironing, it can be applied to two-dimensional flat surfaces. It will have wrinkles when it is attached to three-dimensional flat surfaces such as spheres.
［Notes on purchase］
◉Please note that the light color of the wood veneer often allows the pattern of the underlying surface to show through.
◉Please understand that the wood grain pattern and color may vary slightly from what is shown in the picture.
◉We cannot accept returns or exchanges due to color, pattern or image differences.
◉If you have any special requests for the grain of the wood, please write them down in the remarks box of your order.
• Company : MORIKOUGEI
• Establishment(Of a business): 1953
• Establishment : 1970 6/10
• Capital stock : ￥5,000,000
• CEO :KENICHI MORI
• Number ofEmployees : 3
• Main equipment: Guillotine, gluing machine, hydraulic hot press, wide belt sander, cutting plotter
• Business Description: Manufacture and sale of laminated wood veneer, wood inlay processing, planning/manufacturing and sale of wooden furniture and wooden miscellaneous goods, planning/manufacturing and sale of novelties, exporting and sale of products, manufacturing and sale of arts and crafts.
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