Quartered Aningré Blanc Natural Veneer, 0.55 mm Thick 5000-60000 m2 / spot

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Sliced veneer type Natural Veneer
Type of species African Hardwood
Species Aningré blanc (Tanganyika Nuss)
Cut Quartered, plain


Quality BC (backs)
Volume 5000 - 60000 m2 (sqm) Spot - 1 time Convert
Surface area 5000; 60000 m2 (sqm)
Thickness 0.55 mm  Convert
Blanks spliced with a Kuper machine and reinforced on the head with tape.
Other essences are available on request (eg Sipo or Kossipo), different thicknesses and qualities.
The maximum length available is 380 [cm], while the maximum width is 189 [cm].

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