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Contemporary Veneer Slab Cabinet Doors

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

WalzCraft has created the Style 60 Veneered Door and Drawer Front with a wide range of design flexibility. It has an MDF core with wood veneer on the face and back. Edgeband Treatment Options (EBT) include raw/exposed MDF, wood veneer edgebanding or solid wood edgebanding.

With the Style 60 door you can control:

Product Education

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

Edgeband Material Options

EBT100 – Exposed Raw MDF Edge

  • Veneer is applied to the face and back of the door and then a D7 OSE is applied leaving the MDF exposed on the sides.
  • Available with D7 OSE and the 9/16″ Thick Only Applied Molding OSE Profiles. View Outside Edge Profile Compatibility.
EBT100

EBT101 – Exposed Raw MDF Edge

  • Veneer is applied to the face and back of the door and then a D7 OSE is applied leaving the MDF exposed on the sides.
  • Available with D7 OSE and some Applied Molding OSE Profiles. View Outside Edge Profile Compatibility.
EBT101

EBT102 – 1/32″ Wood Veneer Edge – Machine Applied – Exposed Raw MDF or MEDEX® NAUF – MDF, Raw Face & Back

  • 1/32″ Wood Veneer Edgeband is machine applied on 4 edges.
  • Face & Back left exposed Raw MDF or MEDEX® NAUF – MDF, Raw.
  • Edgeband glue line is left exposed.
  • Only available with D7 OSE.
  • This edgebanding option is recommended when a SolidTone® finish will be applied on MDF or MEDEX® NAUF – MDF, Raw Doors and Drawer Fronts with a D7 Outside Edge Profile.
EBT102

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

EBT201

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

EBT103 – 1/8″ Solid Wood Edge – Machine Applied – Exposed Raw MDF or MEDEX® NAUF – MDF, Raw Face & Back

  • 1/8″ Solid Wood Edgeband is machine applied on 4 edges.
  • Face & Back left exposed Raw MDF or MEDEX® NAUF – MDF, Raw.
  • Edgeband glue line is left exposed.
  • Only available with D7, D33, D66, and D147 OSE.
  • This edgebanding option is recommended when a SolidTone® finish will be applied on MDF or MEDEX® NAUF – MDF, Raw Doors and Drawer Fronts with a D7 Outside Edge Profile.

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

  • 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.
  • Butt Joinery at corners.
  • Only available with D7, D33, D66, and D147 OSE.
  • Also available as EBT202 – Frame Only and Frame Only NPC (No Panel Cut).

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

  • 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.
  • Butt Joinery at corners.
  • Only available with D7, D32, D33, D51, D66, and D147 OSE.
  • Also available as EBT203 – Frame Only and Frame Only NPC (No Panel Cut).
EBT203

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

  • 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.
  • Butt Joinery at corners.
  • Only available with D7 OSE.
EBT402

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

  • 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.
  • Butt Joinery at corners.
  • Only available with D7 OSE.
EBT403

EBT501 – Variable Width Solid Wood Edge – Hand Applied

  • Veneer is applied to the face and back of the door, then a solid wood edgeband of variable width is hand applied (tongue & groove joint).
  • Butt Joinery at corners.
  • Available with most Standard Outside Edge Profiles. View Outside Edge Profile Compatibility. The width of solid wood edge varies from 3/8″ to 1 1/4″, in 1/8″ increments and is determined by the chosen outside edge profile. Standard width is 3/8″.
  • Also available as EBT501 – Frame Only and Frame Only NPC (No Panel Cut).
EBT501

EBT601 – Variable Width Solid Wood Edge – Hand Applied

  • Veneer is applied to the face and back of the door, then a solid wood edgeband of variable width is hand applied (tongue & groove joint).
  • Solid wood edgeband features Mitered corners.
  • Available with most Standard Outside Edge Profiles. View Outside Edge Profile Compatibility. The width of solid wood edge varies from 3/8″ to 1 1/4″, in 1/8″ increments and is determined by the chosen outside edge profile. Standard width is 3/8″.
  • Also available as EBT601 – Frame Only and Frame Only NPC (No Panel Cut).
EBT601

EBT701 – Variable Width Solid Wood Edge – Hand Applied

  • 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.
  • Due to the shape of the profile where the solid wood edge meets the veneer face, not all Outside Edge profiles are available. View Outside Edge Compatibility Chart.
  • The width of the solid wood edge will equal the outside edge profile width + 1/8″. Minimum width of 3/4″wide and a maximum width of 1 1/4″wide (does not include tongue & groove joint).
  • View Example.
  • Also available as EBT701 – Frame Only and Frame Only NPC (No Panel Cut).
EBT701

EBT801 – 3/4″ Width Pillow Solid Wood Edge – Hand Applied

  • D182 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 D182 Outside Edge Profile.
  • Also available as EBT801 – Frame Only and Frame Only NPC (No Panel Cut).
EBT801

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 option to determine the order in which the edgebanding material.

Unless otherwise specified, WalzCraft’s standard sequence will be 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 EBT401 (Wood Veneer Edgeband), you have the option to choose Front to Back grain direction for each edge for an 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 EBGD100. Additional charges may apply if deviating from WalzCraft’s standard. Front to Back grain direction is limited to a maximum length of 48″.