PLYWOOD

HARDWOOD PLYWOOD
ALDER
ASH
BALTIC BIRCH
BAMBOO
BEECH
BIRCH
CEDAR
CHERRY

EURO COLOR PLY – PHENOLIC
FINLAND COLOR PLY – PHENOLIC
FIR VERTICAL GRAIN
LAUAN-MERANTI-OKOUME-BINTANGOR
MAHOGANY KHAYA
MAHOGANY SAPELE
MAPLE
MAPLE MULTIPLY (EURO-PLY, APPLE PLY)
OAK RED
OAK WHITE
PALMWOOD
PINE KNOTTY
TEAK
WALNUT
WENGE
ZEBRAWOOD

PHENOLIC PLYWOOD
FINLAND COLOR PLY – PHENOLIC
EURO COLOR PLY – PHENOLIC

SOFTWOOD PLYWOOD
EXTERIOR PLYWOOD
MARINE PLYWOOD
MDO MEDIUM DENSITY OVERLAY
PINE

PLYWOOD SLICING INFO
PLYWOOD MATCHING INFO
PLYWOOD CORE INFO
PLYWOOD GRADING INFO

Plywood Core Information

Hardwood plywood cores are the layers between the hardwood or decorative softwood face and back veneers. The core of the panel will influence the properties of the plywood panels such as water resistance, stability, strength, flatness, screw holding ability, weight and cost. Plywood Core Image 

Plywood Core Types

Classic Core

 

 

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Classic Core combines MDF cross bands with softwood veneer innerplies. The MDF cross bands provide an ultra smooth surface to reduce telegraphing through the face, while the veneer innerplies maintain the strength and screw-holding power of a veneer core panel. This option is recommended for high-end veneers.

     
 

Veneer Core

   
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Veneer core is constructed using innerplies composed of Western softwoods. Veneer core panels are lightweight, dimensionally stable and have excellent screw-holding capacity.

     
 

Medium Density Fiber Core

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(MDF) makes for a very smooth, consistent panel. This is a great substrate for high-end veneer and for applications when routing and shaping are required.

     
 

Multi Core, Euro Core

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Also present in Baltic Birch, this core consist of 13 layers of Birch when referring to 3/4″ thickness (18mm or 19mm) or 9 layers when referring to 1/2″ thickness (12mm). Usually imported from Eastern Europe or Scandinavia these boards are heavier and more rigid than conventional plywood boards with excellent screw holding ability and available in interior or exterior grades. 

     
     

 
 

Plywood Types

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Hardwood Plywood 

 Softwood Plywood Image

Softwood Plywood 

 Phenolic Plywood Image

Phenolic Plywood 

 

Information About Plywood

 Plywood Core Info Image

Plywood Core Info 

 Plywood Matching Info Image

Plywood Matching Info 

 Plywood Slicing Info Image

Plywood Slicing Info 

 Plywood Grading Info Image

Plywood Grading Info