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It seems that many of the jigs and bench table top plans that I have seen suggest using Baltic birch plywood. I can't recall seeing that in the home centers. Is it something that regular lumberyards carry? In in a quick web search, I only found a specialty sheet goods company that carried it.
I'm in the Baltimore area, and would like to get (a) whole sheets, rather than pay for shipping for small pieces.
Is it really any better than regular plywood?
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