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Veneer Price List from Midwest Woodworking

Posted on July 28th, by Andy Brownell in marketing & promotion, Wood. No Comments


One of several rooms of veneer available at Midwest Woodworking.

I received the veneer inventory and price list from Frank David the other day. I’m posting a link here Midwest Woodworking Veneer Prices for everyone to take a look at.

A few words about what you might find: full flitches of Australian walnut and Kewazinga (waterfall) Bubinga, and some 1/16″ thick English Brown Oak and Bee Sting Oak that has changed my somewhat negative bias towards Oak.

Frank can also sell a variety of species by the individual piece as well, including some one of a kid 36″+ burl sheets to shorts of some German Bog Oak that is somewhere between 5-10,000 years old. I’ve written about that here on a previous post and the final product was used on a recent walnut and bog oak tv console.

You can also have sheet goods made on a variety of MDF thicknesses at 4’x8′ through 5’x12′ sheets from one of his several industrial sized veneer presses on premise. He can also sand those down on one of his many flat sanders to a beautiful finish. All sheet goods orders can be taken the day of the event, and manufactured following the event. If you happen need one of those giant pieces of equipment, I’ll have more details on that and other tools/equipment  you can purchase from Midwest Woodworking as well. Stay tuned.

As a reminder, the event is August 16-17 from 9am-2pm. More details can be found here.

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