Flashcards in Flush Paneling Deck (28)
Flush Paneling: three considerations
veneers in panels,
panels in room.
as sliced off log, every other piece turned over,
adjacent leaves form symmetrical pattern.
consecutive pieces, placed side by side.
no sequence, different flitches may be used
alternating bookmatched veneer pieces regardless.
veneer pieces trimmed to equal widths in each panel
even # leaves, uniform width, so a veneer joint in center of panel
premanuf. panels typ 4x8’, from single flitch (yields 6–12 panels), field cut to fit (doors/openings), so some loss of grain continuity. least expensive.
panels of uniform width,
manufactured for specific job,
veneers arranged in sequence.
most expensive. manufactured to precisely fit the room, line up with every obstruction, grain continuity not interrupted
flush paneling hung @ wall with:
Z clips, or
wood cleats cut at angle.
flush joint, possible slight bevel
veneer backer at joint gap
solid wood over joint
solid wood frame, containing individual panels.
stile and rail paneling:
stile vs rail
rails = horizontal,
stiles = vertical.
stile and rail panels held in place w:
grooves cut in sides of frames,
or sticking: individual molding pieces.
to allow for movement w moisture panels are set
individual panels are joined w
dowels or splines for flush edges
high pressure decorative laminate
layers of kraft paper,
impregnated w phenolic resins,
overlaying w patterned/colored sheet,
and layer melamine resin.
hot pressed under high pressure.
adhered to backing.
general purpose vs post-forming
w decorative papers throughout thickness.
eliminates dark line @ edge when trimmed.
firerated complies w class:
class 1 or A
(w approved substrate/adhesive)
used in labs/medical/
provide conductive layer in sheet,
connected to grounding.
less wear resistance,
hard to fabricate fine edges.