Results for: Plywood

In Building and Carpentry

What are the types of plywood?

While plywood is commonly thought to be an uneven number of layers or plies of wood assembled at right angles to each other, the commercial definition is that an assembly of t (MORE)
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What is plywood?

These are wood panels normally made in 8foot by 4foot sizes. These are made by laminating wood in thin layers (normally 3 millimetres each ply) The will be cross layered to (MORE)
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Why is plywood used?

Plywood is primarily used where you need either stability or strength. Plywood is called that because it is made up by gluing separate layers (each called a ply) together into (MORE)
In Science

Why is plywood strong?

The grain of the wood runs in different direction on each layer of the plywood. When glued together, stress is any direction will be pushing against the strongest grain on at (MORE)
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What is the thickness of plywood?

Plywood comes in many thicknesses from 1/8 inch right up to 1,1/2 inch. Standard in Canada now is 12.5 mm . My favorite plywood store, Smith Plywoods in Surrey BC, has many th (MORE)
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How is plywood constructed?

It's like a multilayer sandwich of glue and thin sheets of wood. The grain is rotated to make it stronger. Then it's shoved into a press to smush it together and cured.
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Why use plywood?

The fact that plywood consists of fibers ("the grain of the wood") that are laminated in successive layers orthogonal to one another (i.e., at a 90 degree angle) gives it trem (MORE)
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Is marine plywood the same as plywood?

No, it is treated and manufactured under much higher pressure, free of voids, and will cost even more than exterior plywood, which is costlier than "regular" plywood. Mar (MORE)
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What is the workability of plywood?

There are range of ply boards for "shuttering grade" which is very basic to furniture grade which is well made with no gaps in the layers and is finished in a range of expensi (MORE)
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What is Hardwood Plywood?

That is plywood faced at each side by a thin layer of hardwood. Much used in cabinetry. I go often to a local store where they have almost 100 varieties of this.