1/2" Pre-Finished Baltic Birch Plywood Pack (Choose Your Size) Cut to Ship from 5'x5'

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1/2" Pre-Finished Baltic Birch Plywood Pack (Choose Your Size)

$54.99
$46.74 /pack

Sale Ends November 26, 2018

1/2" Pre-Finished Baltic Birch Plywood Pack (Choose Your Size)

Get the best Baltic birch in the size you want!
Baltic birch is manufactured in 60"x60" sheets, so we have to cut them down for shipping. You choose how you prefer to have them cut, and we'll ship right to your door. This gives you the most flexibility for your project needs.

Custom cutting to other sizes is available! Call to inquire 800-423-2450

Baltic Birch is the plywood of choice for a number of uses because it's inexpensive, stable, void free, 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.

Grade
B/BB Grade plywood has a void-free core for the ultimate performance in strength, however the faces are not cabinet-grade. Up to 6 veneer patches may be present on the face.

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

Cut lines shown on a 60"x60" sheet:
20"x30" baltic birch 20x30
20"x60" baltic birch 20x60
15"x30" baltic birch 15x30
15"x60" baltic birch 15x60
12"x30" baltic birch 12x30
12"x60" baltic birch 12x60
What Size Is This?
Thickness 12 mm
(≈1/2")
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 12 mm, and you choose your widths and lengths. (Sizes may be off by 1/4" 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

Customer Ratings & Reviews

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4.0
out of 5
5 (2)
4 (0)
3 (0)
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1 (0)
Would recommend this product?
66.7%
4.0
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5 (2)
4 (0)
3 (0)
2 (1)
1 (0)
Would recommend this product?
66.7%
3 Total Reviews
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July 20, 2018
2 out of 5
Badly bowed
Review by  Matt from
Each piece had about 3/4" bow in it. I order unfinished BB ply by the unit and always reject those piece rather than try to sell them to a customer. One of the pieces had the manufacturers stamp on the face under the finish. I expected a better product.
October 6, 2017
5 out of 5
Kitchen cabinet drawer boxes
Review by  Anonymous 
Excellent quality material. Baltic birch makes the best drawer boxes for kitchen cabinets. The prefinished wood makes for a fine looking finished drawer. I'll be using this product again for my next kitchen cabinet project.
Verified Buyer
Recommended
November 3, 2016
5 out of 5
.5 Birchwood review
Review by  Anonymous 
Surpassed my expectations. Great finish
Verified Buyer
Recommended
3 Total Reviews
  • 1
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