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Looking for 1/8 inch thick plywood.
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Looking for 1/8 inch thick plywood.
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If you don't need large pieces, you can usually get 12" x 24" x 1/8" Baltic birch ply at craft stores like Hobby Lobby.

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Welcome to the forum Junior.

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Welcome Junior.
I just happened to have followed a link in another thread and found the following web page:KenCraft Company: Hardwood Plywood

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I get it at Hobby Lobby as stated above by Oliver.

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Hi junior, have you considered using door skin for your project ??
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