Why Baltic Birch Is A Preferable Plywood


1. Superior Screw Holding
Because the core layers of Baltic birch are actually veneers of birch (rather than a softer, secondary wood) and form a void-free core, screws bite and hold with 100% of their threads.



General Baltic Birch Grades


Note: plywood is graded on the appearance of the face veneers, grade does not imply any sort of quality of the core. And plywood grade makes consideration for both sides. The better side is called the face, the poorer side is called the back. In a vast majority of projects, only one side is visible.



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