Filed Under (Knowledge) by Mason Pan on September-4-2007

Plywood workshop Plywood is a glued wood panel made up of relatively thin layers
of veneer with the grain of adjacent layers at right angles
or of veneer in combination with a core of lumber or of reconstituted
wood. The usual constructions have an odd number of
layers. (please also see  Plywood – Wikipedia)

According to the difference of core, plywood sheet can be classified as veneer plywood, blockboard core plywood and composite plywood .

According to the species of face/back, veneer plywood can be classified as non-wood face/back veneer plywood( including film faced plywood, MDO,HDO, HPL and melamine faced plywood) and wood face/back veneer plywood(including hardwood plywood < i.e. hardwood F/B plywood>, birch plywood, Okoume plywood , poplar plywood and so on ) .

Usually people name wood face/back veneer plywood as plywood and name blockboard core plywood as blockboard .

What we export are plywood(wood face/back veneer) , film faced plywood and blockboard .

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