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fancy plywood, wood veneer or something else?

pls tell me what do u guy call it in english! and which country u r! THANKS!



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fancy plywood, wood veneer or something else?

pls tell me what do u guy call it in english! and which country u r! THANKS!



Looks like a sample pallette of hardwood veneers, Don't know that is the answer that you were looking for, but the picture is small and rather vague. It also maybe called a stack of various hardwood plywood, but I really can't judge the size of the sheets and composition with nothing else in the picture for scale.

I'm answering from the United States of America.

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3mm basal board + 0.20mm nature wood veneer

in china we usually name it as "fancy plywood"
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Maybe it's Luann? Answering from USA, Luann is a thin plywood usually around 1/4" thick, nominally, you will find that the thickness varies, sometimes its listed by mm, (rather than just 1/4"), with more exact dimensions. It is typically covered with a veneer of mahogany and generally used as an under layment for flooring.

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Maybe it's Luann? Answering from USA, Luann is a thin plywood usually around 1/4" thick, nominally, you will find that the thickness varies, sometimes its listed by mm, (rather than just 1/4"), with more exact dimensions. It is typically covered with a veneer of mahogany and generally used as an under layment for flooring.
I am not sure if u r right?

google "Luann", but it shows some persons.

don't know reason.

Thanks all the same!
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