How is plywood manufactured?
That process is described in detail below
Ficem Board is a light weight fiber cement board which is immune to permanent moisture damage. Marine Plywood Many Australians grow up with the belief that Marine Plywood is a 'special' product made with secret adhesives that make it virtually indestructible. This is an urban myth. The adhesive (glue) that is used to bond the veneers of Marine Plywood together is the same as any other structural plywood that is manufactured in Australia. Marine Plywood…
Manufactured Boards are man-made boards and are made by applying heat and pressure. The boards are made up of layers which are glued together and compressed with a huge amount of heat and pressure. Manufactured boards are made up of layers which are made of little chips of wood glued together. KINDS OF MANUFACTURED BOARD: Plywood MDF Block Board Chipboard Wafer Board Hard Board
What is the difference between marine grade plywood and treated and will paint stick to treated plywood?
Marine grade plywood and treated plywood aren't the same thing. Marine grade plywood has special glues and woods that will withstand constant immersion in water. Treated plywood is regular plywood that has been run through a pressure treating cycle. Paint will stick to treated plywood if you make sure to let it dry for a few months before you paint.
Simular to manufactured wood, the materials used in a engineered door come from manufactured wood, this wood is in fact wood, but its saw dust or small wood-chips compressed together with a epoxy type glue to make a panels, (partical board, MDF, etc.) they can also be veneered plywood glued on a wooden frame.