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berry
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Veneer Question

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I've never done any projects with veneer but I'd like to try it. Can anyone recommend a source. I'm not interested in making my own at this time. Thanks for reading.
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I buy my veneer from Rockler. They have a decent supply available.
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I've bought from veneersupplies.com, both veneer and parts to build a vacuum press. It was a couple or so years ago, but had great customer service.
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Thanks.
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If you have a large job or you need a special kind of wood I have found these guys to be great.

https://glveneer.com/ecommerce/veneer-g ... aspx?CID=6

They have just about any kind of wood you can think of and many with PSA backing which I find to be a great alternative to investing in all the tools you will need glue it yourself.
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One of my favorites is Certainly Wood:
https://www.certainlywood.com/
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