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Flexible Sapele Veneer 600mm x 400mm sheet

High quality flexible Sapele Veneer 600mm x 400mm. Ideal for adding a high quality appearance and finish to structural projects. Suitable for laser cutting.

Availability: In Stock.

3253 £8.20
(£9.84 incl VAT)

Decoflex is a jointed sheet of veneer measuring 600mm x 400mm that is extremely easy to work with. The jointed veneer sheet is first pressed onto paper. The wood fibres are then broken and finally it is also pre-sanded with a 150 grain. This gives a flexible sheet of high quality wood veneer which is ready to be finished with any varnish, stain or wax you may choose. The rear face of the veneered sheet is covered in a paper backing that is a similar colour to the chosen wood. These veneered sheets can easily be cut with a knife or laser cutter.


  • If shipped on its own this item may be sent rolled up. In these cases there will be some curvature to the product when it is laid out on a flat surface. It may be necessary to weight before use with a laser cutter.


  • Can easily be cut using a laser cutter or sharp knife.
  • Flexible, perfect for curved surfaces.
  • You can glue Decoflex onto any substrate in next to no time.
  • An easy and quick way of finishing the edges of any other type of panel material.


  • 1 x Flexible Sapele Veneer 600mm x 400mm sheet.


  • Length: 600mm.
  • Width: 400mm.
  • Height: 1mm.


Our range of Decoflex veneers have a nominal 1mm thickness.


Flexible Wood Veneers
Our veneered MDF sheets have been very popular, but we've been asked many times to sell veneer on it's own. We're happy to introduce two new flexible wood veneers, and we got Kevin to tell us about the in this video.


Posted by Nikki McBoyle, Thursday, 16 June 2016 on product Flexible Sapele Veneer 600mm x 400mm sheet
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    Firstly thank you for bringing this to our attention, I can confirm that we have incorrectly placed the photos. As such we are in the process of swapping these over.

    Posted by Michael Lockhart on Thursday, 16 June 2016

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