Birch Plywood | 6.5mm
Birch Plywood | 6.5mm
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Birch Plywood (6.5mm)| WBP Birch Plywood Sheets
High Grade Birch Plywood panels are known to have incredible strength and durability, being constructed from high quality solid and face birch veneers. On top of this, the sanding process provides a smooth finish on both sides of the board. With these qualities in mind, Birch Plywood performs best in applications demanding high strength and rigidity, making it a perfect choice for furnishing and joinery work. Birch Plywood is also known for its clean, bright appearance, making it not only a good practical choice, but an aesthetic one too.
BB/BB Grade: BB Grade boards are the smoother form of Plywood, they are graded to allow fewer patches, knots and imperfections, this makes them appropriate for furniture work on both sides of the board. These board are suitable for all general work, including CNC Machining.
BB/CP Grade: BB/CP Grade boards differ from the BB Grade in the fact that they allow for more patches, knots and imperfections, due to the fact that one side of the board is the smoother BB Grade, while the other is CP Grade. This means that this type of board is more suitable for furniture in a project where one side of the board is of importance, prioritising the BB Grade side for the outward facing side of a project. Suitable also for most general work including CNC Machining.
Here at Builders Marketplace, we stock Birch Plywood in a variety of thicknesses, sizes and in both BB and CP Grade:
Standard Sheet Sizes:
2440mm x 1220mm (8ft x 4ft)
1220mm x 1220mm (4ft x 4ft)
1220mm x 610mm (4ft x 2ft)
610mm x 610mm (2ft x 2ft)
610mm x 300mm (2ft x 1ft)
2ft x 1ft (610mm x 300mm), 2ft x 2ft (610mm x 610mm), 4ft x 4ft (1220mm x 1220mm), 4ft x 2ft (1220mm x 610mm), 8ft x 4ft (2440mm x 1220mm)
Why should I use birch plywood?
Andy BrandonIt is more resistant to warping than any other plywood and the screws stay tight and secure in the holes.
What are the different grades of birch plywood?
Andy BrandonThe different grades of birch plywood are B/BB, BB/BB, BB/CP, CP/CP and C/C. All of these grades are different and can be used differently.
Why is birch plywood strong?
Andy BrandonBirch plywood uses veneers that are squashed together at right angles. This is called cross bonding and it makes it stronger when more layers are added.
Can Birch Plywood be stained?
Andy BrandonSure. It is possible to stain birch plywood but you may need to prepare the wood for the best results.
Can Birch Plywood be painted?
Andy BrandonYes, it can. It’s light in colour and takes paint well. It’s ideal for furniture and anything else where you require a clean finish.
How do you cut birch plywood?
Andy BrandonAny type of saw will be sufficient but because of the interlocked pattern of the grain, it can make your blade blunt pretty quickly. Pre-drilling can help you cut the panel easier. We provide a cutting service so you don’t have the hassle or concerns.
What is birch plywood’s best quality?
Andy BrandonBirch has many good quality’s. It’s strong, blemish-free and is also suitable for interior and exterior use. It will not be warped by water either.
Is birch plywood sustainable?
Andy BrandonIt certainly is! Because of the fast growth speed of these birch trees, using birch plywood has little effect on the environment.
Is birch plywood waterproof?
Andy BrandonYes, it is water-resistant and is suitable to use for interior and exterior projects. It also maintains its strength and does not soak or deform if wet.
Where is birch plywood made?
Andy BrandonIt is made and produced in Finland. The layers make the plywood strong, easy to use and durable. It can also withstand bad weather and much more.