Logs, either hardwood or softwood, which have specific characteristics or traits which qualify them to be sliced for veneer only. Less than 5% of all logs are of veneer quality.
A log for producing veneer, either by slicing or peeling, for panel products.
A log, usually of large diameter and high quality, used for making veneer. Also called a “Peeler” when used for rotary peeling.
A log used in the manufacture of veneer "a peeler." (plywood)
Logs of an appropriate size, species, and quality to be peeled, sawn, or sliced into veneer. Veneer is used in the production of a wide variety of products, including plywood, paneling, boxes, baskets, and furniture. Also see ‘Chip-n- saw, “Merchantable timber,” “Pulpwood,” and “Sawtimber.
a high-quality log of a desirable species suitable for conversion to veneer. Veneer logs must be large, straight, of minimum taper, and free from defects.