What is DymaLux?
DymaLux is a dyed birch laminate resin-impregnated with phenolic resin. It’s used mostly for knife handles, pistol grips, billiard products, and game calls. It's waterproof, extremely dense, and harder than virtually any natural hardwood on Earth. DymaLux requires no finish to keep its original look and durability.
What is Spectraply?
SpectraPly is a Grade A, dyed birch laminate. It is layered into a variety of color patterns and bonded together with PVA glue. SpectraPly is used worldwide for many things like pepper mills, bottle stoppers, baseball bats, and rifle stocks.
What is the difference between Spectraply and DymaLux?
SpectraPly and DymaLux have different adhesives and different pressures applied in the press. Where DymaLux is pressed with more pressure and bonded with phenolic resin it is denser and harder adding 30% weight by volume. DymaLux has a strong resistance to water where SpectraPly does not.
Can I buy single sheets of colored veneer?
Yes you can! It’s $10.00 per sheet and you can find them here. Wholesale pricing available for orders over 200 sheets.
Can I order blanks in different sizes than you offer?
If the size you’re looking for is not one of our stock products, you can order a panel and cut it to your specifications. Or, we can provide that cutting service for a fee.
How big is a panel?
DymaLux panels are produced up to 2" thick, 9” wide and 40" long. SpectraPly panels are the same width and length, but can be produced up to 4" thick.
Can I have a custom color pattern made?
Yes! Custom SpectraPly and DymaLux patterns are available. Please contact us for pricing.
Do you offer a military discount?
Yes, a 5% discount will be added to your order when you click the GovX link and follow instructions during checkout.
How long does it take to ship?
Every item is a little different since most of our products are made-to-order. You can check out delivery estimates here.
Do you ship worldwide?
Yes, we do. You can find our shipping information here.
What is your return policy?
You can see our return, exchange, and refund policies here.
How do I prevent colors from bleeding?
Sometimes color "bleed" can occur within SpectraPly when dark colors are adjacent to light colors. Here are a few tips to prevent this from happening.
Make sure all dust is blown out of the piece with compressed air.
If possible, sanding the piece in reverse can help.
Use a sanding sealer.
Use an oil-based finish.