You should have no problem with any joinery you choose. I routinely cut box joints and, miter joints in BB using both routers and saws.
about anything your heart desires.......any suggestion on joints with this plywood appreciated.
Stick, as always, great information but I have to say having wood shipped from California may work for a business but not my little hobby shop. And BuildDirect has a minimum 33 sheets...plus shipping......Going to Wurth Wood in Richmond is my closest supply that I can find with another not much further. They both carry only 5x5 for the Baltic Birch but Richmond is mostly Interstate and easier to travel and not but a few minutes form one of my favorite BBQ restaurants not to mention my closest Woodcraft Store. Not to mention no minimum. They also carry a good supply of "other" better grade (better then big box stores) 4x8 maple, walnut, oak and so on grades which is what I'll likely use on the pantry built-in build(Maple or stained Oak). Boss hasn't decided on that yet...Samples to follow (for her). I suspect I'm better off, or at least my wallet is, using what is locally available than going across the country.stop saying it ain't.................. just STOP!!!
if the suppliers tell you different from these PDF's they need to be educated...
this ''we can't attitude'' doesn't cut it... they're either lazy and can't be bothered and are knowingly lying to you...
providing you you don't confuse BB w/ Birch ply, SA Purebond, Russian Birch or the chinese counterfeits...
the intent of the post for FYI and not where to get it...I suspect I'm better off, or at least my wallet is, using what is locally available than going across the country.
It does have its downside, like needing to get to the hospital in a hurry but otherwise it offers a lot as well. I'm into imaging with my telescope and have helped set up some larger observatories for universities and personal use. Dark skies are getting harder to find but I went looking before we bought land and was fortunate to get rural without being too far away. The 3D detail in the Milky Way is fantastic with the ability to see stars even through my surrounding woods. My 1st trip to the property one night and the stars reflecting on my truck's hood was amazing. But yes, there are some downsides. Lucky for me we're only 30 minutes from Charlottesville and a little over an hour from Richmond. Manassas adds another 45-60 minutes and I usually try to stay away but did help on a 24" RC telescope project for George Mason University. Usually when we fly, we fly out of Dulles. Will be there in May for a return trip to Alaska. Talk about standing timber.....everywhere.There's a place in Manassas, Northland Forest, that has BB. It's a 100 miles. I gotta go that far for mine, too. So much for rural living, huh?