Marking and Packing of Plywood Sheets


When we pack and mark our supply for shipment/delivery, we do so with specific instruction so as to not harm or damage the product!

On each sheet of plywood precise marks as a round stamp are put by an indelible paint. The stamps are put in the right corner of the reverse side of plywood. 

All plywood is packed into the packages providing integrity and safety while delivery. 

The marks of packages are made by an indelible typographical paint and are put onto two opposite facings of a package.




The Many Faces of Baltic Birch Plywood



With close inspection of Baltic birch, you should notice that the face and back veneers are remarkably thicker than the veneers you’ll see on traditional cabinet-grade plywood. It is  a well-known fact amongst experts that cabinet grade plywood veneer faces are dismally thin, which makes them easy to damage and easy to sand through. But this is not so with Baltic birch. With Baltic Birch Plywood the outer veneers are nice and thick. As for the appearance, there are several grades of Baltic birch available, but we most often carry the highest grade which is B/BB. Plywood has two sides a face and a back—meaning one side is going to be better than the other, and they’re graded separately. B is the grade of Baltic birch’s face, or the best side. It’s a whole-piece face with no splices, has a light and uniform color, and there are no patches, mineral streaks, knots or voids.




The Benefits to Choosing Baltic Birch Plywood


One of the fortunate benefits to Baltic birch is that you can leave the edges exposed if you like the look. Because the core is free of voids and all birch, the exposed edges sometimes have an appearance that works for the project, and this saves you time and material.

Unless desired, there is no need to spend time and effort on applying edge tape or solid edge.

Simply sand and finish the edges as they are. The ace and back can be stained when you need a different color. For it to stain evenly with an oil based pigment stain you’ll need to apply a stain controller or a wash coat of de-waxed shellac. Otherwise use dye for even color. To keep the uniform, light color instead, simply finish your Baltic Birch Plywood with a basic clear top coat of lacquer or polyurethane.



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