3/4" (18mm) Cherry Plywood on Combi Core - 24"x46"

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3/4" (18mm) Cherry Plywood on Combi Core - 24"x46"

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3/4" (18mm) Cherry Plywood on Combi Core - 24"x46"

Full 4'x8' sheets are stocked for local pick up at any of our stores

Clear bookmatch veneer face

Core Type Combi-Core
Thickness ≈3/4" (18mm actual)
Width 24"
Length 46"
Quantity 8 square feet in 1 piece
Formaldehyde CARB2 Certified / EPA TSCA Title VI Compliant
Approximated, length or width may vary +/- 1/8"
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June 23rd, 2021
Verified Buyer
Minor damage
The shipping box this came in was quite damaged, and the edges of the plywood was damaged. Luckily, I don't need th e full sheet, however, this should probably be better packaged.
April 22nd, 2020
Verified Buyer
Duluth MN
New Woodworker
Floating Bookshelf Project
As a first time buyer from Woodworkers Source I was extremely pleased with the quality of the Cherry Veneered plywood, it is beautiful. On a personal note I should have put a little more thought into what I purchased as these pieces are intended for two floating shelves and I was surprised on the weight of each piece as the self itself is going to be extremely heavy. I wish I had ordered 1/2" thickness instead of the 3/4" thickness as it would have cut the weight by 33%. The shelves will be 48" width and 20" in depth so I am going to have to weld together fairly sturdy metal supports to compensate for the weight. If I can I will attach a photo after I have completed the shelf units.
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