What does Composite wood mean? Composite wood is a mixture of wood fibers, plastic, and various forms of binding agents. Composite Material is very dense and in turn stronger and heavier than hardwood.


Composite Wood Veneer is made from real wood but engineered in a way that makes it less expensive and longer-lasting. It is created to duplicate the appearance of solid wood but offers a much lower cost. Composite wood veneer is available in a variety of grains, colors, and styles. Since these materials are real wood, they can be sanded, painted and re-stained if and when needed.


AWI Standards on Reconstituted Veneers: “Reconstituted Veneers are logs that are first sliced into veneer leaves, the leaves may be dyed, then glued under pressure in a mold to produce a large laminated block. The laminated block is then sliced across the glue line to create a faux grain with a designed appearance that is highly repeatable.”


The big advantages of Composite Veneer include that it is environmentally friendly and gives the ability to replicate exotic patterns from fast-growing trees. We also have the ability to make much larger sheet sizes than the tree can provide, helping maintain a standing inventory of nearly fifty composite veneers. With low-cost composite plywood from you can create matching surfaces and you can do it in large quantities. This includes doors, desks, paneling and more. So, you can return to us years from now and purchase a composite veneer that matches your original purchase.


Composite Wood Veneer is becoming much more common today. It has a decorative appearance, making it great for cabinetry, furniture, and interior design. The longevity of composite plywood coupled with a natural, elegant finish is perfect for restaurants, offices, hotels, and private homes.



Plywood Express offers our own line of Composite Veneers: Composite Star. To view the species we offer go to our webpage https://www.plywoodexpress.com/p/composite/.


Our veneers are defect-free, easy to work with and unparalleled for consistency in grain and color.


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