Plywood is a three- or multi-layer plate-like material obtained by peeling a veneer into a veneer or turning a veneer into a veneer from a wooden planer, and then adhering it with an adhesive. Usually, an odd-numbered veneer is used, and adjacent veneers are formed. The fibers are oriented perpendicular to each other.
Plywood is one of the commonly used materials for furniture and is a kind of wood-based panel.
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.