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Where is plywood used in architecture?
- Aug 21, 2018 -

Plywood is one of the commonly used materials for building and furniture. It is one of the three wood-based panels. It can also be used for aircraft, ships, trains, cars, construction and packaging. A group of veneers are usually bonded vertically to each other in the direction of the wood grain of adjacent layers. Generally, the veneer and the inner panel are symmetrically equipped at the center layer or the two ends of the core. The slab, which is made of glued veneer interlaced in the direction of wood grain, is bound under heating or unheating conditions. The number of layers is odd and even even. The physical and mechanical properties of longitudinal and transverse directions are relatively small. Where are the plywood used for construction?

The general length and width standards are: 1220 x 2440 mm, and thickness standards are generally: 3, 5, 9, 12, 15, 18 mm. The main species are: Cinnamomum camphora, willow, poplar, eucalyptus, etc.

Plywood used for construction is mainly used in outdoor conditions, such as the construction of external decoration and clay formwork, decoration projects in the first application of the ceiling, wall skirt, floor lining, cabinets, tables and other furniture can be used to do plywood.