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veneer

 [vĕ-nēr´]
a thin layer of tooth-colored material, usually made of porcelain, some other ceramic, or acrylic resin, attached to a prepared tooth surface to modify its shape or color.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

ve·neer

(vĕ-nēr'),
1. A thin surface layer laid over a base of common material.
2. In dentistry, a layer of tooth-colored material, usually porcelain or composite resin, attached to and covering the surface of a metal crown or natural tooth structure.
[Fr. fournir, to furnish]
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

ve·neer

(vĕ-nēr')
1. A thin surface layer laid over a base of common material.
2. dentistry A layer of tooth-colored material, usually porcelain or acrylic resin, attached to and covering the surface of a metal crown or natural tooth structure.
[Fr. fournir, to furnish]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

ve·neer

(vĕ-nēr')
1. In dentistry, a layer of tooth-colored material, usually porcelain or composite resin, attached to and covering surface of a metal crown or natural tooth structure.
2. A thin surface layer laid over a base of common material.
[Fr. fournir, to furnish]
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012

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Despite the advantages, veneered plywood has one main weak point: The thin surface layer of wood is prone to splintering if it's not cut with the right kind of circular saw blade.
He used a handheld circular saw instead, following a straight edge, to flawlessly cut all pans, including acres of veneered plywood.
After pressing, the veneered panels were conditioned for 3 weeks at 75 to 80 percent relative humidity (RH) and then for 3 additional weeks at 20 to 25 percent RH.
Veneered panels can have an all-veneer construction or a thick core of lumber or particleboard, with or without crossbands.
A veneered panel (Figure 1) is typically manufactured by gluing a thin slice of natural wood to an engineered wood product, such as plywood, MDF or particleboard.
Hryzak adds that the veneered panels he produced were used on the furniture CCN sold during the initial veneering operation.
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Every shop that uses veneers must make a choice between purchasing pre-manufactured veneered panels and components or doing its own veneering work.
The veneered panels are then placed into a Joos hydraulic press for one to two minutes.
Veneered panels begin their automated flat line finishing journey by being top sanded by a Heesemann three-head sander that uses Carborundum abrasive belts.
The completed set is veneered at the Sennerskov press and then sent through to the Costa double-end tenoner.
When the decision to offer veneered products as a value-added service was made, the company invested more than a quarter of a million dollars in new machinery, said David Becher, plant manager.