Veneer mill. 8:10 video. Skip to 6:00 to see the veneer coming out:
Previously: How wood veneer is made - GIF
Never try to tell me it can't be done
When I have to paint I use http://kbs.justoldtrucks.com/
.....if they manage to peel a wack of veneer, without losing any bark (their own), they still need to dry the veneer and press it, if trying to make plywood. And rotary peeled veneer is thick, with peeler check on the outside, unsuitable for any fine veneer use...sliced veneer is the thing for that. Looks more like 'good old boys find machine.....'
Jim - 3rd gen lumber merchant...
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