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Plywood panels designed for use in the forming of concrete. Generally, there are three types of overlaid concrete forming panels: MDO, HDO, and PSF. The difference among them lies in the quantity of resin used within the overlay paper, the plywood construction, the type of surface finish given to the concrete, and the number of reuses possible with each.
Panels manufactured for use as signs (painted / printed / vinyl letters) with an emphasis on a smooth surface and constructed for exterior applications.
Panels made to be used in industrial building applications or in O.E.M. industrial uses and that require no further finishing.
Made with softwood veneers glued in layers with alternating grain, and covered with softwood veneer. Uses include outdoor projects (exterior rated), carpentry and construction, shop cabinets, substrates, underlayment for floors and countertops.
Made with hardwood veneers glued in layers with alternating grain, and covered with hardwood veneer. The traditional sheet good of choice for everything from furniture and cabinets to wall paneling and boxes.
The term "composite wood products" refers to a family of engineered wood panels that includes particleboard, MDF (medium density fiberboard), and hardboard.
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