CUT TO SIZE Plywood inspection and QC checklist
After the plywood is sawed, the size should be precise, the length and width should be precise and quite accurate. , and there should be no delamination. After sawing, the thickness of the four plywood sides should be the same, the thickness tolerance should be the same, the core veneer should be clear and straight , the core voids and overlaps should be strictly controlled, there should be no face veneer or top veneer delaminated phenomenon, no peeling at the plywood edge, no edge collapse at the cutting position, no deformation or warping of the plywood.
The saw blade has better precision, sharper, more serrated teeth, slower walking, less blade output, faster speed, and better effect.This blade provides flawless, chip-free edges inveneered plywoods .The small teeth take little bites to reduce chip-out and are steeply beveled at their edges to score the veneer face. You’ll have to slow your feed rate, but will get a much smoother edge.
The QC should check if there are rough, splintered edges when cutting plywood , get minor tear-out of small fibers.