First a very large tree is stripped into sheets called veneers. These are dried and patched, then glued to other pieces of veneer. They are then “baked in a press at 140 °C (280 °F) and 19 MPa (2800 psi),” which forms the plywood that everyone sees. It can then be further refined through sanding and patching, but that is the general process.
Plywood is made by turning a tree trunk into a continuous ribbon of wood by cutting it in a circular pattern. These ribbons of wood are then cut, glued, and pressed together into boards.
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