The Veneer saw is used to cut veneers, thin sheets of wood from about 0.4 to 0.6 mm, that were cut or peeled off a log by a veneer cutting machine. They are mostly glued to a stable backing material, lumber-cored plywood, ply, particle board, MDF-board or other types of manufactured wood products. Veneer saws are not set! To cut, the veneer is placed on a flat table top made of some wood material and on the cutting line, a ruler, (can be a strip of wood) is attached with clamps. Then the veneer saw is pulled along the ruler, pushing the blade with your left hand against the ruler, and pulling the saw with your right hand.