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|12-19-2011 11:34 AM|
|tdublyou||I've always known it to be lumber core plywood.|
|12-19-2011 04:47 AM|
sandwich board, that's what we call it in the states, used all the time for Int. doors.and at one time use for furniture...
|12-19-2011 04:02 AM|
Cheers for that fellas, looks like blockboard is the most common name for it, with some places calling it sandwich board. |
Seems people still use it for cabinets and drawers so it's a go for my project.
I'm done using chipboard and MDF unless I get it for free.
|12-18-2011 07:20 AM|
Hi Gav |
UK term is blockboard or laminboard. The difference is that lamin board has much thinner laminae (hence "lamin")
|12-18-2011 06:38 AM|
I have seen that in Australia as well. |
I think it was called veneered lami-panel?
I will check Bunnings tomorrow - strips of pine with veneer facing?
|12-18-2011 05:18 AM|
what this stuff called where you are
We have a product here that's called 'panel ploče' which translates as 'panel panel' because 'ploče' means panel.
It's an edged glued panel that's veneered on both sides.
I would like to know if there is a common name for it in English, and also was wondering if it's suitable for drawer construction. I can't see why it wouldn't be, but you never know.