These panels are made with faces of decorative sliced veneer and a core layer of the same material and quality inserted in a predetermined depth respect to the thickness of the final panel. The remaining layers are made of rotary cut veneers (usually of exotic wood) mainly with parallel grain (except for two or more thin cross-grained layers necessary to ensure a good flatness of the product). Engraving the panels with a pantograph allows this layer to become visible, giving an appreciated aesthetic effect. The inner layers affected by milling are composed of selected veneers in terms of quality and color (sound, free of cracks or other defects) while any fishtail that compose them is fully joined one to each other with glue.
The panels can be produced with an adhesive suitable for dry use or resistant to moisture variations (for exterior applications).