Wood oak is usually imported in the form of a dry board or veneer that is already available in various thickness. This drying, cutting and processing of wood has been done in its original place. Oak wood processing is also not easy. The oak is hardwood and fragile. This wood drying should be done with good control, draining too quickly at risk to make wood problems such as cracked, broken, wooden curve that will soon decrease the quality of wood. The wood is also susceptible to attack by wood-eating insects, hence it requires chemical treatment to prevent the attack of wood-eating insects. But in general the woodworking industry in America and Europe already very familiar with this wood and in general the wood and veneer oak imported here is ready to be used without much trouble. For more info you can visit traditional european herringbone
Ore Veneer is an alternative material widely used by the Indonesian furniture industry to produce furniture such as oak wood at a cheaper price. A veneer oak layer attached to plywood, M.D.F. or particle board will be able to give an oak-like appearance at a much cheaper price than solid wood. The use of oak veneer in the wood furniture industry is one of the best choices to meet the demand of American or European buyers who want furniture products with oak looks but at a low price. The oak veneer is used to bolt the panel boards, while the frames can use local wood with similar looks like Hindi wood or rubber wood.
Finishing for oak
This oak wood has a large and deep fiber and pores that are the source of its uniqueness and beauty. For that required the selection of the right finishing to be able to maximize the uniqueness and beauty of its appearance. Finishing the most widely found is finishing with transparent colors ranging from light brown to old dot colors.