Contemporary Veneer Slab Cabinet Doors

Style 60 Veneer Doors

Contemporary Veneered Slab Doors are suitable for residential & commercial settings and are most commonly chosen for their clean, sophisticated look. In there basic form, these doors and drawer fronts are very simplistic in natural but can be customized to create the exact look of your choice.

WalzCraft’s 3/4″ thick Style 60 Doors (order Style 60* for Drawer Fronts) are made by applying veneer to both the face and back sides of an mdf core material, often followed by the application of a matching Veneer or Wood edgebanding to all edges.

Style 60 Edgeband Options

Egdeband Treatment Options (EBT) – Choose Edgebanding material and sequence in which the face veneer, back veneer and edbebanding is applied to the MDF core. Explore Further

Edgeband Application Sequence – Sequence in which the edgebanding is applied to the top, bottom, left and right edges. Explore Further

Edgeband Grain Direction – Lineal or Front to Back (EBT301 and EBT401 only). Explore Further

Additional Options

 

Egdeband Treatment Options (EBT)

When ordering Style 60 Contemporary Veneered Doors and Drawer Fronts, you must choose a Edgeband Treatment, which will define the edgebanding material and sequence in which the face veneer, back veneer and edbebanding is applied to the MDF core.

Edgeband Material Options


EBT101 – Exposed Raw MDF Edge

EBT101

  • Veneer is applied to the face and back of the door then a D7 OSE is applied leaving the MDF expose on the sides.
  • Only available with D7 OSE.

EBT102 – 1/32″ Wood Veneer Edge – Machine Applied – Exposed Raw MDF Face & Back

EBT101

  • 1/32″ Wood Veneer Edgeband is machine applied to sides.
  • Face & Back left exposed Raw MDF
  • Edgeband glue line is left exposed
  • Only available with D7 OSE.

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Veneer Edgebanded

EBT201 – 1/32″ Wood Veneer Edge – Machine Applied

EBT201

  • Veneer is applied to the face and back of door then a 1/32″ Wood Veneer Edgeband is machine applied.
  • Edgeband glue line is left exposed
  • Only available with D7 OSE.

EBT401 – 1/32″ Wood Veneer Edge – Machine Applied

EBT401

  • A 1/32″ Wood Veneer Edgeband is machine applied, then veneer is applied to the face and back of the door hiding any exposed edgeband glue lines from the face and back.
  • With EBT401, you have the option to specify the Edgeband Grain Direction
  • Only available with D7 OSE.

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Wood Machine Applied Edgebanded

EBT202 – 1/8″ Solid Wood Edge – Machine Applied

EBT202

  • Veneer is applied to the face and back of door then a 1/8″ Solid Wood Edgeband is machine applied.
  • Edgeband glue line is left exposed
  • Butted corners
  • Only available with D7, D33, D66, D147 OSE.

EBT203 – 1/4″ Solid Wood Edge – Machine Applied

EBT203

  • Veneer is applied to the face and back of door then a 1/4″ Solid Wood Edgeband is machine applied.
  • Edgeband glue line is left exposed
  • Butted corners
  • Only available with D7, D32, D33, D51, D66, D147 OSE.

EBT402 – 1/8″ Solid Wood Edge – Machine Applied

EBT402

  • A 1/8″ Solid Wood Edgeband is machine applied, then veneer is applied to the face and back of the door hiding any exposed edgeband glue lines from the face and back.
  • Butted corners
  • Only available with D7 OSE.

EBT403 – 1/4″ Solid Wood Edge – Machine Applied

EBT403

  • A 1/4″ Solid Wood Edgeband is machine applied, then veneer is applied to the face and back of the door hiding any exposed edgeband glue lines from the face and back.
  • Butted corners
  • Only available with D7 OSE.

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EBT701 – Variable Width Solid Wood Edge – Hand Applied

EBT701

  • A Solid wood edge of variable width, is hand applied (tongue & groove joint) then veneer is applied to the face and back of door hiding any exposed edgeband glue lines from the face and back of the door.
  • Solid wood edgeband features Mitered corners
  • Available with all Outside Edge Profiles. Width of solid wood edge varies from 1/8″ to 2 1/4″, in 1/8″ increments and is determined by the chosen outside edge profile. Standard width is 1/8″.
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EBT801 – 3/4″ Width Pillow Solid Wood Edge – Hand Applied

EBT701

  • D40 3/4″ width solid wood edgeband is hand applied (tongue & groove joint) then veneer is applied to the face and back of door hiding any exposed edgeband glue lines from the face and back of the door.
  • Solid wood edgeband features Mitered corners
  • Only available with a D40 Outside Edge Profile.
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Edgeband Application Sequence

WalzCraft’s standard edgeband application sequence is to apply the edges in the following order: Top, Bottom, Left, Right. Our standard sequence means that the butt joint of the edgeband will be visible on the top and bottom of the door or drawer front. For an additional charge, you have the options determine the order in which the edgebanding material.

Unless otherwise specified, WalzCraft’s standard sequence will used.

Edgeband Application Sequence

Edgeband Grain Direction

WalzCraft’s standard edgeband grain direction is to apply the wood veneer edgebanding in a Lineal direction. However, when using EBT301 (Wood Veneer Edgeband) and EBT401 (Wood Veneer Edgeband), you have the option to choose Front to Back grain direction for each edge for additional charge. Applying the edgeband in a front to back direction on either the top & bottom or left and right sides the look of a solid wood door or drawer front.

Unless otherwise specified, WalzCraft’s standard will be to apply the wood veneer edgebanding in a Lineal direction. Please add charge per square foot if deviating from WalzCraft’s standard. Front to Back grain direction is limited to a maximum length of 48″.

Edgeband Grain Direction Example