Albasia blockboard timber is a special version made for plywood. It is a well-known material, consisting of middle layer of parallel aligned wooden sticks with double-sided glued face veneers or panels glued crossways.
|Botanical name:||Albizzia falcataria|
|Overall character:||Beech, poplar, spruce and tropical woods are among the common materials for veneer woods. In some cases, special versions made out of other, more rare timber are used. Sliced veneers generally have a thickness of 0,6 millimetres.|
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|Areas of use:||Albasi is mostly used as a face veneer.|