In parquet production, the top layer, the ‘veneer’, is made of particularly high-quality woods. These genuine wood veneers are usually cut from solid blocks of wood and have material thicknesses of between 0.5 mm and 5.0 mm. The challenge here is to keep the cut quality constant and to produce as little waste as possible despite different material properties (moisture, fibre thickness or knots).
Leitz thin-kerf sawblades are perfectly suited for high-quality veneer cuts from 2.0 to 5.0 mm thick. With a maximum scrap curve of 1.1 mm, they not only ensure the lowest possible scrap, but also create less noise and have greater durability.