Natural veneer does not undergo any artificial modification, and reconstituted veneer needs to undergo bleaching, coloring and other processes; the production cost of reconstituted veneer is lower, and the cost of natural veneer is higher; the texture of natural veneer cannot be copied, and technological wood can be copied in batches. The specific differences are as follows:
1. Process difference
The natural veneer is completely sliced from logs without any artificial modification, retaining the natural texture and texture. On the contrary, technical veneer needs to go through a series of processes such as bleaching, coloring, and re-texturing.
2. Cost difference
Although both are produced from logs, the logs of technical veneer are used to imitate other natural veneers with tree species with fast growth, early maturity and short rotation period, and the cost is lower. And what kind of veneer is used for natural veneer production, the cost is higher.
3. Texture difference
The texture of natural veneer is unique, special and irregular, and cannot be reproduced. The technical wood is processed, similar to natural veneer, and can be designed with special textures and colors according to needs, and copied in batches.