Face: Okoume, Bintangor, Sapeli, red pencil
Cedar, pine, birch, maple.

Core: poplar, hardwood, Ecuador, cumin.

Degree: Architecture, Furniture, Packaging

GLUE: MR, MelaminawBP (phenol)

Moisture: 8-13%

Thickness: 2mm - 20mm


1300 * 4200mm or customized
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madera contrachapadaWe can provide the following products:

1. Birch plywood CC grade E0 glue CARB grade P2 birch plywood

2. Baltic Birch Plywood 6mm 9mm 12mm 15mm 18mm 24mm Commercial Birch Plywood

3. 18mm CDX pine plywood with competitive price

4. 3mm 3.2mm 4mm5.2mm 9mm 12mm or 18mm Fancy EV red or white oak plywood, furniture grade

5. The best price of plywood and flower packaging plywood The best price of 18mm Okoume commercial plywood

6. UV pretreatment of birch plywood

7. Wholesale price of plywood, furniture plywood, construction plywood and poplar plywood

Film Faced Plywood 

Film Faced Plywood is the special plywood with one or two sides coated with wearable and water-proof film which protect the core from moisture, water, weather and extend the plywood’s life. With the above advantages, what is film-faced plywood use?

LVL is an engineered wood product that uses multiple layers of thin wood, oriented in the same direction, assembled with resins. Plywood sheets are used in many areas such as furniture, shuttering and container flooring. LVL is typically used for headers, beams, rim board, and edge-forming material.

Plywood is a type of engineered wood that consists of several thin layers (plies) of wood veneer glued and pressed together. It is usually used for construction purposes as it offers strength and flexibility. The most common type of plywood is made from hardwood, like birch or pine, although other materials such as particleboard and fiberboard are also used.

One of the primary benefits of using plywood is its stability. The multiple layers of wood are glued together in a cross-grain pattern, which makes the plywood stronger and more resistant to warping and shrinking than solid wood of the same thickness. Plywood is also lightweight yet strong, making it easy to handle during the construction process.

Another benefit of plywood is that it can be cut into many different shapes and sizes. This versatility enables plywood to be used in a wide variety of applications, such as cabinetry, furniture, wall paneling, flooring, and more. Plywood is also often used in aircraft, boats, and other large structures where high strength is needed while maintaining lightness and flexibility.

Plywood also comes in many different grades, including A, B, C, D, and E. Each grade indicates the type of wood used and how durable the plywood is expected to be. For example, Grade A is the highest grade and is used for the highest quality projects, while Grade D is for construction-grade projects.

Lastly, plywood is also an environmentally friendly option. Because plywood is produced from renewable resources, it can be a great alternative to materials like plastic or metal which use significant amounts of energy and resources to produce.

Let's start by researching the different types of plywood available on the market. Each type has unique characteristics that can be used in different applications. We can look into different sizes, thicknesses, and grades. Once we have a better understanding of the types of plywood, we can move on to the various uses it can be put to. Depending on the application, the plywood may need to meet certain criteria. We could look into the strength, weight, moisture resistance, and fire rating of different types of plywood.

We could also research the likely construction and assembly techniques for different applications. Studying the necessary tools, hardware, and adhesives used for plywood assembly is important. We should look into different finishes, from painting and staining to veneers and laminates.

Finally, we can address specific cases, such as outdoor furniture and decking, cabinetry, seating, ornaments, and shelving.