|Forum topic by Ron Ramsey||posted 07-16-2011 10:48 PM||900 views||0 times favorited||5 replies|
07-16-2011 10:48 PM
I’m planning a set of craftsman style cabinets for a kitchen I’m a building in our basement. I am using quarter sawn who’re oak as the main wood. I have some 1/4” (actually a little thinner, maybe 7/32?) Plywood. Eneer that I want to use for the door panels. I want to cut my own book matched veneer from some figured white oak and apply it to the side of the plywood that is not finished. Here’s my question.
Everything I’ve read is pretty clear that both sides pf the substrait need to be equally treated with veneer to avoid cupping or uneven flatness. Since one side of the plywood is already veneered from the manufacturer, will I have problems if I only glue my bookmatched pieces to one side?
Any suggestions will be appreciated.
-- Ron Ramsey, Rochester Hills,