Plywood is one of the commonly used materials for construction and furniture. It is one of the three major panels of wood-based panels and can also be used for aircraft, ships, trains, automobiles, construction, and crates.
A set of veneers are usually formed by gluing the blanks in the direction of the wood grain of adjacent layers. Usually, the front plate and the inner plate are symmetrically arranged on both sides of the center layer or the core.
The slabs, which are arranged in a criss-cross pattern in the direction of the wood grain, are coated with glued veneers, and they are pressed with or without heating.
The number of layers is generally odd, and a few are even. The physical and mechanical properties of the vertical and horizontal directions are less different.