On Tue, 20 Jun 1995 Charles.Y.Farwell@att.com wrote:
> Why use a veneer at all, instead of just hardwood? Is it because
> you wanted the burl, which was only available in veneer?
OK, I'm willing to put my foot in my mouth on this one! ;-)
Seems to me a high-quality marine plywood, with a properly applied
veneer, would be much more stable -- less prone to warping, splitting,
etc. -- than would a solid piece of hardwood.
Any experienced cabinetmakers care to comment?
Andy Mace (in woodworking ability, admittedly closer to Tim Taylor than Al