Red oak plywood is characterized by a sharp contrast between coarse early wood and smooth late wood. The heartwood color is light tan to pinkish to reddish brown to dark tan or khaki.
The Veneer Core is made with alternating veneer inner plies. In North America, the innerply species are usually softwood (fir or pine) on the west coast and poplar or aspen on the east coast.
Veneer core panels are relatively light in comparison with composite panels, typically weighing about 70 lbs. per 3/4″ panel. Veneer core offers great strength and stability with better spanning properties than either particle board or medium density fiberboard (MDF). Veneer core does have a wider variance in thickness in comparison with highly engineered PBC or MDF.
- 4 x 8 Red Oak/Maple plywood panel
- Plain slice: Cutting logs in half lengthwise, then slicing the halves lengthwise produces a veneer with a unique grain pattern
- Rotary cut back: Peeling the entire log produces a continuous ribbon of veneer
- No added formaldehyde (NAF)
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