Product Specification Laminated Plywood
Laminated Plywood or plywood or often called plywood is a kind of manufacturing board consisting of layers of wood (wood veneer) that are glued together. Plywood is one of the most commonly used wood products. Plywood is flexible, inexpensive, can be formed, can be recycled, and does not have complicated manufacturing techniques. Plywood is usually used to use solid wood because it is more resistant to cracking, shrinking, or bending.
Thin wood sheets (commonly called veneers or veneers) are glued together with the direction of fibers or wood grain (grain) arranged in such a way as to create a stronger result; usually intersecting (90 °) between adjacent layers. These layers are generally stacked in odd numbers to prevent warping and create a balanced construction. Even-number layers will produce boards that are unstable and easily distorted. Currently plywood is available in various thicknesses, ranging from 0.8 mm to 25 mm with varying degrees of quality.
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