TEMPORARY GRADE CHANGE: Please NOTE, due to the shortage of Baltic Birch, the grade on our Baltic Birch may be a lower II/III grade. We anticipate this being a temporary change.
Unfinished Baltic Birch whole-piece face veneer plywood in thicknesses from 3mm or 1/8″ to 25mm or a full 1″ in seven different thicknesses. Due to current shortage issues with plywood, this plywood can be a I/II Grade or a II/III Grade. Plywood has ALL BIRCH solid inner plies for durability. It is constructed with Type 2 Hot Press Urea Resin Glue.
Full 5×5 sheets are available in stock at our location. We also have a limited selection of partial redi-cut sheets in stock. All full and partial sheets are available through our online store. Click the TotalWoodStore link to see our selection available through our online store.
Prices may vary in store and online.
GRADING OF FACES:
We anticipate the change in grade to be temporary.
Presently, front face can be a Grade I or a Grade II that allows for small, matching color patches (football patch) in uniform white, one piece face veneer. This grade also allows for pin knots or tight knots. Tight cracks are allowed up to 2 per 1 M of plywood. Could have slight mineral streaking on face. (Grading based on International Standard GOST 3916.1-96)
The back face can be a Grade II or a Grade III. Grade III allows for matching color patches in uniform white, knots up to 6mm diameter, mineral streaking and cracks filled with putty.
This product can not be cut for transport at our location, but a shop order request can be put in and picked up at a later date.