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A-1 Plain Sliced Walnut (1-1/2 inch)
1-1/2 inch Plain Sliced Walnut Parts
for other Walnut thickness options)
Per part price starts at (shipping not included):
Usually Ships in 3 to 5 Days
1-1/2" - 24"x24": $47.84
1-1/2" - 24"x32": $65.45
1-1/2" - 24"x48": $85.68
1-1/2" - 32"x48": $110.90
1-1/2" - 48"x48": $161.35
1-1/2" - 12"x96": $95.68
1-1/2" - 16"x96": $120.90
1-1/2" - 24"x96": $171.35
American Black Walnut Plywood Parts
American black-walnut veneer (Juglans nigra) is one of the most popular hardwoods, and it's easy to see why. This
unique plain-sliced black-walnut wood ranges in color from a rich chocolate brown to a cooler gray brown that, at times,
may show a slight purple tint. Our flat-cut walnut-veneer plywood is open-grained and shows straight to somewhat wavy
grain patterns. These unique colors, easier shapeability of the wood itself and grain patterns make this wood perfect for
truly creative projects like furniture-making, wall paneling, flooring, gunstocks and more.
Sourced from southern Canada and the eastern United States, our black-walnut wood boards are premium grade and
ideal for your various woodworking needs. They are also certified by the Forest Stewardship Council as eco-friendly and
are manufactured without adding urea-formaldehyde resins. These black-walnut-veneer sheets are plain sliced (also
known as flat cut or crown cut) with no sap back, and faces are assembled from multiple components.
These American-walnut boards are available in various thicknesses, sizes and lengths.
Our black walnut plank sliced wood sheets can be substituted for dimensional solid lumber in many jobs. It's strong yet
lightweight, machines like solid wood and reveals a beautiful edge requiring no banding. It's available in a wide range of
sheet sizes and thicknesses, from 1/4" to 1-1/2" and 12" X 96" to 48" X 48".
Plain sliced walnut veneer sheets, also known as flat cut walnut veneers, are produced by thinly slicing walnut logs into
pieces as wide as the log and then combining these pieces, matching grains, to make premium plywood faces and backs.
These backs and faces are then used to sandwich numerous slices of birch hardwood into solid planks that can be used
for a variety of wood projects, including furniture building, retail fixtures and architectural interiors.
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