Wednesday, April 8, 2009

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Tuesday, April 7, 2009

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Thursday, March 5, 2009


Nissiwood specialize in the production of rotary face veneers and core veneers. Other than Okoume species, all others we process are plantation origin. We are specialist in rotary wood veneer peeling as evidenced by the technology used in our microprocess. These veneers made into microthin plywood. These microthin plywood are converted into products like wood business cards
Okoume from Gaboon/ Rotary face veneers
Nissiwood specialize in 0.5mm thick Okoume rotary face veneers for backing wood veneers or balancing wood veneers. Sizes offered are Panel sizes (4’x8’) and various door sizes. Okoume rotary face veneers are primarily used as backing wood veneers or balancing wood veneers for decorative panels. Okoume logs are imported from Gabon. Natural whole sheets and part pieces are available. A small volume of even 1 crate can be supplied for EU and US destinations. All grading and packing are as per IHPA specifications.
Core veneers
Nissiwood specialize in plantation origin wood veneers for core stock in rotary wood veneers. The sizes available for core veneer are 4’ and 3’ in length and 2’ and 1’ in width. Thickness primarily is 2.5mm for core stock. Other thicknesses are 2 and 1.5mm. 20’ and 40’ container volumes are available. Fot rotary peeled core stock, only plantation species are used. All grading and packing are as per IHPA specifications.



In woodworking, veneer refers to thin slices of wood, usually thinner than 3 mm (1/8 inch), that are typically glued onto core panels (typically, wood, particle board or medium density fiberboard) to produce flat panels such as doors, tops and panels for cabinets, parquet floors and parts of furniture. They are also used in marquetry. Plywood consists of three or more layers of veneer, each glued with its grain at right angles to adjacent layers for strength. Veneer beading is a thin layer of decorative edging placed around objects, such as jewelry boxes.
Veneer is obtained either by "peeling" the trunk of a tree or by slicing large rectangular blocks of wood known as flitches. The appearance of the grain and figure in wood comes from slicing through the growth rings of a tree and depends upon the angle at which the wood is sliced. There are three main types of veneer-making equipment used commercially:
A rotary lathe in which the wood is turned against a very sharp blade and peeled off in one continuous or semi-continuous roll. Rotary-cut veneer is mainly used for plywood, as the appearance is not desirable because the veneer is cut concentric to the growth rings.
A slicing machine in which the flitch or piece of log is raised and lowered against the blade and slices of the log are made. This yields veneer which looks like sawn pieces of wood, cut across the growth rings.
A half-round lathe in which the log or piece of log can be turned and moved in such a way to expose the most interesting parts of the grain.
Each slicing processes gives a very distinctive type of grain, depending upon the tree species. In any of the veneer slicing methods, when the veneer is sliced, a distortion of the grain occurs. As it hits the wood, the knife blade creates a "loose" side where the cells have been opened up by the blade, and a "tight" side.
Traditionally, veneers were also sawn, but this is more wasteful of wood. Veneering is an ancient art, dating back to the ancient Egyptians who used veneers on their furniture and sarcophagi.




Producing Wood Veneers
The finest and rarest logs are sent to companies that produce veneer. The advantage to this practice is two fold. First, it provides the most financial gain to the owner of the log. Secondly, and of more importance to the woodworker, is this practice greatly expands the amount of usable wood. While a log used for solid lumber is cut into thick pieces, usually no less than 1 1/8 inches, veneers are cut as thin as 1/40 of an inch. Depending on the cutting process used by the veneer manufacture, very little wood is wasted by the saw blade thickness, known as the saw kerf. This refers to the amount of wood lost to the thickness of the cutting blade. Therefore, the yield of a rare grain pattern or wood type is greatly increased, which in turn places less stress on the resource. The slices of veneer are always kept in the order in which they are cut from the tree, and are known as flitches




Types of Veneers
There are a few types of veneers available and each serves a purpose.
A: Raw veneer has no backing on it and can be used with either side facing up. It is important to note that the two sides will appear different when a finish has been applied, due to the cell structure of the wood.
B: Paper Backed veneer is as the name suggests, veneers that are backed with a paper. The advantage to this is it is available in large sizes, or sheets, as smaller pieces are joined together prior to adding the backing. This is helpful for users that do not wish to join smaller pieces of raw veneers together. This is also helpful when veneering curves and columns as the veneer is less likely to crack.
C: Phenolic Backed veneer is less common and is used for composite, or man made wood veneers. Due to concern for the natural resource, this is becoming more popular. It too has the advantage of being available in sheets, and is also less likely to crack when being used on curves.
D: Laid Up veneer is raw veneer, which has been joined together to make larger pieces. The process is time consuming and requires great care, but is not difficult, and requires no expensive tools or machinery. Veneers can be ordered through some companies already laid up to any size, shape or design.
Patterns
There are a number of "patterns" common to veneered work. This refers to the way the veneers are laid up.
A: Book Matched: where the veneers are opened from the flitch much like the pages of a book.
B: Slip Matched: where the pieces are joined together in the order they come from the flitch, and have the same face kept up.
C: Radial Matched: where the veneer is cut into wedge shaped pieces and joined together.
D: Diamond Matched: where the pattern formed is diamond shaped.

Advantages Of Using Veneers
In addition to the obvious savings of our natural resources, many projects built using wood veneer would not be possible to construct using solid lumber. Due to expansion and contraction common to all wood products and caused by changes in humidity, many of the patterns and designs possible with veneers would self destruct, if attempted with solid lumber. The limitless designs done with marquetry and parquetry would also be impossible.
Buying Veneers
Wood veneers are typically sold by the square foot. With the ability to join veneers, even small pieces are usable, resulting in very little waste. Many sources sell small packets of veneers which are sequence matched, and are perfect for small projects. These make experimenting and practicing much more economical. It is also possible to buy plywood and other substrates with veneered faces for larger projects consisting of casework.

Micro Thin Plywood



Micro thin plywood or flexible plywood for printing & stationary is versatile and unique product born out of the long experience of Nissiwood group. This Micro thin plywood or flexible plywood is as thin as paper (0.40 mm or 0.016") and presents a printing surface eminently suited for most kinds of printing techniques. This is of 2 ply construction. Unique features of Micro thin plywood or flexible plywood are surface smoothness, flexibility and printing ability which makes it an ideal base product for varied printing uses from business cards, wedding cards, greeting cards, post cards, book marks, corporate brochures etc.

The technology used is developed exclusively by Nissiwood and fine tuned to perfection over a period of years. Nissiwood is a prime source for this base material, Micro thin plywood. The strict quality control procedures and precision manufacturing techniques applied by Nissiwood makes Micro thin plywood or flexible plywood an ideal base material for various applications.
Compared to various other printing substrates, especially different qualities of paper, Nissiwood Micro thin plywood or flexible plywood stands out as a separate class in itself. The Micro thin plywood or flexible plywood is meant to create a unique and different impression that can be created only by the characteristic qualities of carefully identified wood species. The feel of wood gives a different experience to the user and beholder of these flexible plywood. For the printing industry, this new printing substrate gives a new dimension of usage for the printing world.

Workmanship - Micro thin plywood or flexible plywood sheets can be cut, paper punched, for laser printing, offset printing, foil printing, embossed, laser cut and printing via a copy machine.

Friday, February 27, 2009

Leading "Unique business cards" and "Unique business card"

Nissiwood is leading the MSN search with No. 1 position for the keywords
Unique business cards
Unique business card
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Nissiwood produces various products and business cards are one among them. Nissiwood do business almost only through internet and they are depending only on SEO as marketing technique. They hate black hat SEO techniques. As a result they were leading the web for wood business cards in almost all search engines. Now the uniqueness in them have given a number 1 spot in SERP ( Search engine result page) for “unique business cards” and “unique business card” keywords. This comes in the MSN search engine now and hopefully in the other search engines soon.

Also “business cards” keyword is in the first page of MSN SERP.

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Pine wood business cards


Pines are coniferous trees in the genus Pinus, in the family Pinaceae. They make up the monotypic subfamily Pinoideae. There are about 115 species of pine, although different authorities accept between 105 and 125 species.
Nissiwood produces wood business cards which can be printed, laser engraved and perfumed from pine wood species. Cherry is good for printing.
Pines are native to most of the Northern Hemisphere. In Eurasia, they range from the Canary Islands and Scotland east to the Russian Far East, and the Philippines, north to just over 70°N in Norway (Scots Pine) and eastern Siberia (Siberian Dwarf Pine), and south to northernmost Africa, the Himalaya and Southeast Asia, with one species (Sumatran Pine) just crossing the Equator in Sumatra to 2°S. In North America, they range from 66°N in Canada (Jack Pine) south to 12°N in Nicaragua (Caribbean Pine). The highest diversity in the genus occurs in Mexico and California.
Pines have been introduced in subtropical and temperate portions of the Southern Hemisphere, including Chile, Brazil, South Africa, Australia, and New Zealand, where they are grown widely as a source of timber, and some species are becoming invasive.
Pines are evergreen and resinous trees (rarely shrubs) growing to 3–80 m tall, with the majority of species reaching between 15-45 m tall. The smallest are Siberian Dwarf Pine and Potosi Pinyon, and the tallest, Sugar Pine. Pines are long-lived, typically reaching ages of 100–1,000 years, some even more. The longest-lived is the Great Basin Bristlecone Pine Pinus longaeva, one individual of which at 4,840 years old in 2008 is one of the oldest living organisms in the world.
The bark of most pines is thick and scaly, but some species have thin, flaking bark. The branches are produced in regular "pseudo whorls", actually a very tight spiral but appearing like a ring of branches arising from the same point. Many pines are uninodal, producing just one such whorl of branches each year, from buds at the tip of the year's new shoot, but others are multinodal, producing two or more whorls of branches per year. The spiral growth of branches, needles and cone scales are arranged in Fibonacci number ratios. The new spring shoots are sometimes called "candles"; they are covered in brown or whitish bud scales and point upward at first, then later turn green and spread outward. These "candles" offer foresters a means to evaluate fertility of the soil and vigour of the trees.

Cherry wood business cards


Local name - CherryBotanical name - Prunus Serotina
This wood species is imported from the plantations of USA. Cherry is processed from American origin logs and it has a unique appearance of its own. Dark color printing would be ideal in this species. This is rotary peeled for its wide grain appearance for printing applications. This is an excellent species for business card printing. Cherry is good going wood business card species from nissiwood.


Cherry is a premium American hardwood prized for its natural luster, attractive grain, and rich, warm glow. Green Design Furniture works in cherry harvested from the Allegheny Forest region of Pennsylvania and West Virginia, an area recognized for its sustainable forest practices. This wood has a consistently high quality of grain, color, and width. We also accept orders to make our furniture in other domestic hardwoods, including ash, maple, white oak, and walnut. Until the worldwide rainforest situation improves, we have elected not to work with imported woods.
Cherry’s Aging ProcessWhen your new piece of Green Design Furniture arrives, it will have a light, golden tone. Over the next 12 months the color will darken to a rich, red-brown. Darkening occurs gradually, as the furniture is exposed to light. Cherry (Prunus Serotina) trees are found throughout the US and Canada. The wood varies from a yellowish pink when first cut to a deep rich reddish brown, often getting darker and more rich as it ages. Its smooth texture and working properties make it a favorite wood among furniture makers.

Mahogany wood business cards





Nissiwood produces wood business cards from mahogany which is the best in the collection. Mahogany wood species is grown all over south India as it is a very commercially viable wood species for its fast growth and value. Local plantations are very predominant. This has an attractive color and finish which makes it a good species for business cards. Lighter color printing is recommended. Nissiwood also do the laser engraving on wood business cards from Mahogany wood species the best. Mahoganie's properties also allows perfuming also.
Mahogany has a generally straight grain and is usually free of voids and pockets which enables business card printing. It has a reddish-brown color, which darkens over time. It has excellent workability, and is very durable. These properties make it a favourable wood for printing. Nissiwood prefers mahogany wood much better for printing.
Mahogany is widely used for fine furniture. Mahogany resists wood rot, which makes it suitable for boat construction. It is also often used for musical instruments, particularly the backs of guitars. Mahogany is used for drum making, because of its integrity and capability to produce a very dark, warm tone. Mahogany is also commonly used in acoustic guitars. Mahogany is now being used for the bodies of high-end stereo phonographic record cartridges and for stereo headphones, where it is noted for “warm” or “musical” sound.
The name mahogany is used when referring to numerous varieties of dark-colored wood, originally the wood of the species Swietenia mahagoni. Mahogany was equally applied to the wood of Swietenia macrophylla, which is closely related, and known as Honduras mahogany. Today, all species of Swietenia are listed by CITES, and are therefore protected. Species of Swietenia cross-fertilise readily when they grow in proximity, the hybrid between S. mahagoni and S. macrophylla is widely planted for its timber. Mahogany is the national tree of Dominican Republic and Belize it also appears on the national seal of Belize which was known as British Honduras before independence.
"Mahoganies" may refer to the largest group of all the timbers yielded by the fifteen related species of Swietenia, Khaya and Entandrophragma. The timbers of Entandrophragma are sold under their individual names, sometimes with "mahogany" attached as a suffix, for example "sipo" may be referred to as "sipo mahogany". Kohekohe (Dysoxylum spectabile), a close relative, is sometimes called New Zealand Mahogany.

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

mahogany wood sheets

Mahogany nissiwood sheets available in A2 sheets

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Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Mahogany A2 micro thin plywood sheets available from Nissiwood


Micro thin plywood or flexible plywood for printing & stationary is versatile and unique product born out of the long experience of Nissiwood group. This Micro thin plywood or flexible plywood is as thin as paper (0.40 mm or 0.016") and presents a printing surface eminently suited for most kinds of printing techniques. This is of 2 ply construction. Unique features of Micro thin plywood or flexible plywood are surface smoothness, flexibility and printing ability which makes it an ideal base product for varied printing uses from business cards, wedding cards, greeting cards, post cards, book marks, corporate brochures etc.

The technology used is developed exclusively by Nissiwood and fine tuned to perfection over a period of years. Nissiwood is a prime source for this base material, Micro thin plywood. The strict quality control procedures and precision manufacturing techniques applied by Nissiwood makes Micro thin plywood or flexible plywood an ideal base material for various applications.
Compared to various other printing substrates, especially different qualities of paper, Nissiwood Micro thin plywood or flexible plywood stands out as a separate class in itself. The Micro thin plywood or flexible plywood is meant to create a unique and different impression that can be created only by the characteristic qualities of carefully identified wood species. The feel of wood gives a different experience to the user and beholder of these flexible plywood. For the printing industry, this new printing substrate gives a new dimension of usage for the printing world.

Mahogany sheets now available from Nissiwood in A2 sheets makes the range unique.

Thursday, February 5, 2009

wood wedding cards

wood wedding cards from nissiwood is unique

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Wood cards

wood cards as thin as 0.4mm used for many applications such as wedding cards, business cards etc

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unique wedding cards from wood


What makes Nissiwood wedding cards unique is that it is real two-ply plywood so thin as the ordinary wedding card crafted to perfection to attain high degree of strength and stability. This is micro thin technology in plywood construction.

What makes Nissiwood wedding cards unique is that it is real two-ply plywood so thin as the ordinary wedding card crafted to perfection to attain high degree of strength and stability. This is micro thin technology in plywood construction.

Wood wedding announcement cards can be tailor made to your requirements with suitable art work and text which emphasize the personality of the couple.

Wood wedding invitation cards in more than six species of wood with the distinct characteristics of each species of wood. The cards can be ordered with customer provided art work, printing being done by Nissiwood and supplied with matching envelopes

Wood wedding reception cards can be of the same size and species as of wedding cards and printed with the text provided by the customer. It can form part of the whole package, or separately to be posted or delivered in envelopes.

These cards are available from nissiwood

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

wood and paper business cards - combo business cards


Business cards that are wood and paper combination cards is called combo Business Cards. Combo business cards like Perfumed Wood Business Cards and Laser engraved wood business cards is also unique business cards that Nissiwood have. When it comes to restriction of one’s imagination in designing the art work because of printing options in wood and selection of species, Combo Business cards are an ideal solution. Combo business cards are one side real wood made out of micro thin plywood from veneer and the other side paper, so that the cards retain the wood feel and uniqueness. In art work designing, your imagination can run riot using different colors and color combinations.


In Combo business cards printing is on the paper side using any print method. Several frames can be printed on large sheets and later cut to the desired sizes.
Combo business cards are less expensive compared to the all wood species cards. Combo cards lets you have everything one wants on the card as prompted by his imagination, while still having the uniqueness of a wood card.
Nissiwood can print from customer provided print ready art work or else, can create the work at an extra cost. Shipping charges are extra.

This is yet another product from nissiwood





In Combo business cards printing is on the paper side using any print method. Several frames can be printed on large sheets and later cut to the desired sizes.
Combo business cards are less expensive compared to the all wood species cards. Combo cards lets you have everything one wants on the card as prompted by his imagination, while still having the uniqueness of a wood card.
Nissiwood can print from customer provided print ready art work

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Monday, February 2, 2009

Press release for unique business cards

New press release for unique business cards
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Unique Business Cards – Wood | New Release from Nissiwood

Nissiwood now released Unique Business Cards from real Wood. These Unique Business Cards comes in 20 species of wood. Each species of wood business cards has its own unique grain formation and texture. No two wood business cards are alike.

Wood Business Cards from Nissiwood are flexible and can be put in a wallet like a normal paper Business card which will behave like paper and wont break like normal wood. This flexibility makes Nissiwood Business Cards unique.

Wood business cards are smooth and can be printed using different printing techniques. Softness, surface smoothness and flexibility enhance printability on wood cards like paper. Yet feel the wood. These exclusive wood business cards do not need any enhancement by printing for attractive appearance like normal paper cards. Each wood business card is unique as nature provides. These business cards as thin as 0.4mm can be laser etched business cards or laser engraved business cards looks very elegant.

These Unique Business cards also made from wood species having natural fragrance (Red Cedar, White Cedar, Rosewood). These printed unique business cards will retain its typical natural smell and texture of the wood cards species.

Perfumed Wood Business Cards are unique business cards that are available only from Nissiwood. Nissiwood can customize printed business cards with your choice of perfume.

Combo Business Cards are one side real wood and one side paper Business Cards which adds to the range of unique business cards Nissiwood have.

Thursday, January 29, 2009

Unique Business Cards from Real Wood

Nissiwood offers unique business cards from real wood.Nissiwood micro thin Wood Veneers are exclusively fashioned out of wood and has an unending possibilities of use totally different from the traditional uses of wood veneer.

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Thursday, January 22, 2009

Unique Wood Business Cards - Species grown in farm lands

Unique Wood Business Cards created from fast growing plantation origin wood species grown in farm lands of India.

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Unique Business Cards from Natural Wood

Printed wood business card by Nissiwood are unique products from real wood favored by the elite which stands out and to accentuate their personalities through a different and unique medium.

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Unique Business Cards from Natural Wood

Printed wood business card by Nissiwood are unique products from real wood favored by the elite which stands out and to accentuate their personalities through a different and unique medium.

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Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Perfumed Wood Business Cards | Unique Business Cards

Perfumed Wood Business Cards and Unique Business Cards from Nissiwood.

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Monday, January 19, 2009

Recession and Business Cards

Business cards are the greatest way to boost business at this time of recession.
This is the common sound that we hear nowadays. As the expensive methods of advertisement are becoming difficult at this time, people are turning towards business card marketing techniques.
The advantages of business card marketing are that this is very cheap technique. But the disadvantage is that it is not necessary that one potential customer should hang with these business cards.
He should get some thing in the card to keep the business cards in his hands. If a potential customer has your card when he looks for some purchase, chances for you to get a business is 80% larger.
So people are looking for some unique business cards which make one feel to carry these cards. This is where Nissiwood cards are so impressive. Wood business cards that come from 20 species of wood are very impressive in the market for some time now. What really impresses is that these wood cards are printer friendly and it looks amazingly cute.

These wood business cards can be laser engraved which looks very elegant. Laser engraving can be done on some of the species as all the species do not allow this form of printing technique. These sort of Business Cards will really prompt one to keep cards with them.
Perfumed business cards are another product from nissiwood. Perfume can be impregnated on these wood cards with the choice of perfume. These business cards retain the smell of the perfume as real wood retains the smell. This sort of business cards can be the most effective business cards in this period of recession.
Wood and paper combo business cards are another product which enables multi color printing from Nissiwood.