Birch Plywood WG/WG
The term “Whole-piece Face Grade” (WG) and “Whole-piece Back Grade” (WG) refers to type of Birch plywood with a high-quality finish on both sides. The plywood has a smooth, uniform finish, free of knots, patches, or other defects that would compromise its appearance or structural integrity.
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Birch plywood WG/WG refers to a type of birch plywood that has a high-quality finish on both sides, known as “Whole-piece Face Grade” (WG), and “Whole-piece Back Grade” (WG). This means that both sides of the plywood have a smooth, uniform finish, free of any knots, patches, or other defects that would impact its appearance or structural integrity.
Birch plywood is made from layers of Birch veneer that are glued together with alternating grain directions. This gives the plywood its strength and durability, as well as its distinctive grain pattern. Birch plywood is known for its high strength-to-weight ratio, stiffness, and resistance to warping and cracking.
The WG/WG grading system indicates that the plywood is of high quality and suitable for a wide range of applications, including furniture making, cabinetry, interior design, and construction. It is commonly used for projects where appearance is important, as the smooth, consistent finish allows the natural beauty of the birch grain to show through.
1220 x 2570 6.5mm, 1220 x 2590 6.5mm, 1220 x 2600 35mm, 1220×2400 50mm, 1220×2440 35mm, 1230×2530 50mm, 1250 x 2555 50mm, 1525 x 2530 50mm
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