Plywood is a type of engineered wood made from thin sheets of wood, called plies or wood veneers. The layers are glued together in a way that provides for greater strength. It is resistant to cracking, shrinkage, twisting/warping, and has a high degree of strength. Plywood can also be manufactured in sheets far wider than the trees from which it was made.
Plywood is actually made from a number of thin sheets of wood, and is made from a few different types of trees. Softwood plywood is made of either Douglas fir, or spruce, pine, and fir. Birch is excellent for hardwood plywood because of its strength. For decorative plywood, red oak, birch, or maple are all adequate.
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