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Veneer Core

Veneer Core plywood consists of a center veneer and crossband veneers alternately layered on both sides of the center to the desired thickness producing an

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Melamine Panels

Melamine plywood is a thermally fused, resin saturated paper finish over a particle board core. It is highly stain and abrasion resistant. Melamine is not

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Foam Core Panels

Foam Core panels are a specialty panel designed to be used where weight or insulation is of importance. These panels are 50% to 80% lighter

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OSB Core

OSB Core (orientated strand board) plywood is a variation of the standard veneer core plywood. This type core typically has a cross band just below

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Honeycomb Core

Honeycomb Core panels are a tough, lightweight material that provides efficient and optimum mechanical performance in composite sandwich structures. Honeycomb is an excellent alternative to

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Marine Grade Plywood

Marine-grade plywood is available in a domestic PS 1-95 (American Plywood Association) or BS1088 (British Standard Institution) standards. Marine-grade plywood made to the PS 1-95

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Bamboo Core Plywood

Bamboo Core Bamboo plywood has gained a lot of attention recently, especially among “green” building professionals and architects. Bamboo is a large woody grass that

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Basic Plywood Info

Plywood is a product manufactured from an odd number of very thin wood sheets which are joined together by means of adhesive. The grain direction

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Many do it your self people are quite confused and unfortunately clueless about what the are buying when it comes to plywood and lumber. DIY

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Domestic Plywood Grades

Grading Rules for Domestic Hardwood Plywood. ANSI is the acronym for the American National Standards Institute These rules apply to Hardwood Plywood only, Construction Grade Plywood

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