...without damaging the veneer
When you’re cutting teak-faced ply, it’s worth bearing a few things in mind to avoid damaging the veneer. First, score the veneer with a sharp stanley knife before cutting it. You can also clamp it to another piece of ply to stop the veneer splintering.
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