A wood panel composed of an odd number of layers of wood veneer bonded together under pressure.
A building board made by bonding a number of wood veneers together under pressure.
A structural wood material composed of thin sheets of wood veneer (plies) that are glued together. Adjacent layers are usually placed with the grains at right angles - giving plywood exceptional strength and resistance to warping. Some plywood is made by laminating equal numbers of veneer sheets on top of a thicker lumber core.
Three to five thin slices of wood glued together like a sandwich under high pressure.