1/8" Baltic Birch Plywood Pack (Choose Your Size)

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1/8" Baltic Birch Plywood Pack (Choose Your Size)

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1/8" Baltic Birch Plywood Pack (Choose Your Size)

Get the best Baltic birch in the size you want!

Baltic Birch is the plywood of choice for a number of uses because it's inexpensive, stable, holds screws exceptionally well, and it's made with waterproof glue. Use Baltic Birch for your box bottoms, drawer sides, scroll saw art, shop jig-making and other craft work.

The length or width may be undersized by 1/8"

Grade & Size
Grade BB/BB, which is the second highest grade available. Both the face and the back veneers are single piece veneers with no splices. Both face and back veneers can have up to 6 small color-matched patches (egg sized footballs or another shape), some light mineral streaks or tight pin knots. Inner cores are solid single piece veneers.
Thickness 3mm
Width 12", 15", 20"
Length 60" or 30"
Quantity 25 square feet, cut into your choice of sizes and piece count
Approximated, length or width may vary +/- 1/8"
Actual thickness is 3 mm, and you choose your widths and lengths. (Sizes may vary by 1/8" due to the kerf of the saw blade)

The Best Baltic Birch

  • Core of solid Birch veneer laminations means better gluing and screw-holding than other plywood
  • Edges can be routed
  • Edges can be left bare or covered with edge banding or solid banding
  • Thick face veneer allows you greater margin for sanding without worry of sanding through
  • Available in 1/8", 1/4", 3/8", 1/2" and 3/4" thickness
why baltic birch is great for woodworking
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April 10th, 2024
Verified Buyer
David L
Owego, NY
Professional Woodworker
well packed and accurately cut.
I use it for drawer bottoms. consistently high quality.
Familiarity: I've used it in a LOT of projects
September 16th, 2023
Verified Buyer
Michael C
Montgomery, IL
Professional Woodworker
Flat clean cut and nice packaging
Came flat with clean edges with minor tear from cutting. It was packaged nice and came with no damage and allows me to cut fret work with no issues with my scroll saw
Familiarity: I've used it in a LOT of projects
July 18th, 2023
Verified Buyer
Darlene C
Crystal River, FL
Professional Woodworker
Smooth cutting
Beautiful sheets every time
Familiarity: I've used it in a LOT of projects
June 12th, 2023
Verified Buyer
Nickey M
Houma, LA
Professional Woodworker
Excellent wood for my projects
Ordering was easy and received the shipment in quick time. Board was good on both sides, very few knots or blemishes
Familiarity: I've used it in a LOT of projects
January 13th, 2022
Verified Buyer
Sammy B
Enthusiast Woodworker
Not too flat
Not as flat as I was hoping for. Will have to buy thicker I guess.
Familiarity: I haven't used it
October 13th, 2021
Verified Buyer
Baltic Birch review (60x20)
Great job, THE ONLY THING that I wish you could provide is to allow the customer to choose whether your cut is with or against the grain. I am using this in the ceiling of a 1972 VW Campmobile and I am not confident that I will be able to install the bend without snapping the board(s). I have not tried it yet, but will soon.
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