There is no great problem in machining this wood but tools become quickly dull due to silicate deposits.
Gluing presents no problems. Nail and screw joints should be pre-drilled to prevent splitting.
For veneer. In Central Europe generally used as interior veneer. Used as a substitute for Cherry when applied as face veneer. Frequently used in Southern Europe as face veneer for mass-produced furniture. Used also in North America for high quality architectural purposes, but generally in figured form. Special wood for printing and dyeing. In Italy, Spain and Greece used as a substitute for Walnut Sapwood. Also used for the production of fineline veneers.
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