You've heard the hype and myths about plywood types , . . now it's time for the straight story.
Today most woodworkers don't give a second thought to using hardwood veneered plywood in a project. But anymore the term plywood is somewhat generic. It's used not just to refer to sheets made up of separate "plys," but just about any kind of wood product that comes in sheets. So you'll find that when you go to buy hardwood "plywood" you can have several core types to choose from —veneer core, MDF core, and composite core (box at bottom of page 11). And what's on the inside
Pros & Cons of Plywood Cores
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