Grading Rules

Grading Rules

Hardwood and Softwood Plywood Professional terminology and jargon

Hardwood and Softwood Plywood Professional terminology and jargon Just list parts of the information . FC:..Fiber Core,• G1S:..Good 1-Side,• G2S:..Good 2-Sides,• HDF:..High Density Fiber–,to 58 lbs./cu. ft.• HDO:..High Density Overlay,• LC:..Lumber Core,• MDF:..Medium Density Fiber–,to 48 lbs./cu. ft.• MDO:..Density Overlay,• OES:..Oiled/Edge Sealed,• OC:..On Center• PC:..Particle Core• PF1:..Prefinished 1-side,• PF2:..Prefinished 2-Sides,• PS:..Plain Sliced, • RC:Rotary CUT• PTS:..Plugged/Touch Sanded,• S,M&N:..Sequence,Matched/Numbered• T/G:..Tongue/Grooved• VC:..Veneer Core• WPF:..Whole Piece Face

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MARINE PLYWOOD STANDARDS and inspection CHecklist

MARINE PLYWOOD STANDARDS and inspection CHecklist Original source https://www.christinedemerchant.com/marine_plywood_grades.html Marine Plywood Grades In order to be a Marine Grade the plywood has to conform to a certain number of criteria: The Glue MUST be waterproof Voids are to be avoided Face and inside veneers have to be good Here is a Youtube video about …

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HPL Plywood Lamination Types and INspection TIps

HPL Plywood Lamination Types and INspection TIps HPL Plywood are divided into direct Lamination and Non-direct  Lamination. Non-direct lamination also called Re- lamination . The HPL sheets  is laminated to the Substrate  directly called direct lamination . The Non-direct  Lamination is to laminate the  HPL sheets  on the EV wood VENEER base board plywood . Difference 1: Different …

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FANCY DECORATIVE HARDWOOD PLYWOOD INSPECTION QND GRADERS TIPS

FANCY DECORATIVE HARDWOOD PLYWOOD INSPECTION QND GRADERS TIPS WHen inspect fancy plywood ,also called decorative plywood ,( you can know why the USA assocation use new webstie https://www.decorativehardwoods.org/ ) Regular traditional Species: Anigre, Ash, Birch, Cherry, Clear Pine, Knotty Pine, Mahogany, Maple, Red Oak, White Oak, Walnut Cores: Lumber core ,Veneer Core, Fiberboard …

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