is a functional grade material composed of birch from
parts of Russia and Finland. It differs from Finnish
Birch Plywood in that it does not use an exterior
glue and the plies in the lay-up are of lesser quality
the Baltic birch less expensive.
The Baltic birch is graded as a B-BB,
which means that one face, B, will be a whole face,
no splices, have no patches (plugs that are used
to cover defects) but may contain knot pattern or
mineral streaks. The other face, BB, and the inner
plies will contain patches and tight and not so tight
knots. Baltic Birch Plywood is an excellent material
for cabinet backs, drawer sides and bottoms, as well
as jigs and fixtures and scroll saw work that will
Sheets measure 12" x 48". Grain may
run in either direction on the face of the sheet.
||Baltic Birch Plywood
The front, back and inner plies are quality one-piece plies. Highly decorative, exceptional strength and great screw holding power. May include matched face plugs. ..
Baltic Birch Plywood