Unfinished Baltic Birch Plywood is often used for furniture and cabinetry. Baltic birch has solid plys and is stronger than other plywoods. This is a whole-piece face veneer plywood.
This plywood is a B/BB Grade. Front face is a B grade and the back face is a BB grade. Plywood has ALL BIRCH solid inner plies for durability. It is constructed with Type 2 Hot Press Urea Resin Glue.
Baltic Birch Plywood Stock
We carry the Baltic Birch in thicknesses from 3mm (1/8″) up to 25mm (full 1″) thick.
Full 5×5 sheets are available in stock at the Raleigh lumber yard. We also have a limited selection of smaller redi-cut sizes in stock. All full and partial sheets are available through our online store.
In-store Sale pricing on our Baltic Birch plywood.
Birch Plywood Grading of Faces
Presently, front face is a B Grade that allows for occasional pin or single knot and slight deviation in wood grain. Closed cracks or splits up to a 2 per 1 meter width are allowed, but rarely seen in the B grade.
The back face is a BB Grade 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 Meter of plywood. Could have slight mineral streaking or discoloration on face. (Grading based on International Standard GOST 3916.1-96)
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.