• Readymade Door Ebony Design in Different Sizes AGT-D-ES AGT Ebony Door Leaf & Frame, 71x215cm
  • Readymade Door Ebony Design in Different Sizes AGT-D-ES AGT Ebony Door Leaf & Frame, 71x215cm
  • Readymade Door Ebony Design in Different Sizes AGT-D-ES AGT Ebony Door Leaf & Frame, 71x215cm

Readymade Door Ebony Design in Different Sizes AGT-D-ES AGT Ebony Door Leaf & Frame, 71x215cm

Dubai - United Arab Emirates

AED575.00

Date : December 28, 2022
Brand : AGT-D-ES
Model no : NA

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Readymade Door Ebony Design in Different Sizes

This outer layer is known as the veneer, and it’s this layer that gives an engineered piece of wood the appearance of a hardwood that would be far more expensive were the entire door constructed from it.

There are two main methods of building a door (or any piece of wooden furniture).  One can either use solid wood, or a ‘veneered’ piece.

They pack the body of the door with less expensive, internal pieces of wood, and cover the exterior with an outer layer of more expensive wood.  This outer layer is known as the veneer, and it’s this layer that gives an engineered piece of wood the appearance of a hardwood that would be far more expensive were the entire door constructed from it.

When we think of engineered wood, we might think of the chipboard we might find in an inexpensive piece of flat-pack furniture – tiny fragments of wood that have been blasted from the small, fiddly parts of a tree and then glued back together.  There is some truth to this idea – some veneered doors are indeed made in this way, with others manufactured using finger jointed laminated timbers or even MDF, all of which will have a “lipping” manufactured from the same species of material as the veneer. This lipping allows the door to be trimmed and a 0.6-0.9mm thick veneer on the face of the door will give it the look of solid timber doors. These engineered doors are less expensive to manufacture, and also have the added benefit that they won’t bow or twist.

Even the more expensive veneers will still make the same economy – placing the most expensive and attractive wood on the outside of the door, and thereby ensuring that it looks as good as can be for minimal cost.

But engineered doors aren’t simply a cost-saving exercise, and contrary to popular belief, nor are they always packed with cheaper materials.  So what are engineered doors made of? Engineered doors are manufactured from chipboard, MDF, or laminated tiny pieces of timber. It depends on the factory as each factory makes them differently

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