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Plywood Cherry

Attractive Cherry wood grain Plywood

Project Info

Project Description

Cherry Plywood, Poplar K+ Grade veneer core. full hardwood or mixed core as option for Furniture Grade Plywood.

Hard and tough with high resistance to shock and abrasive wear abilities, Good machining and excellent finishing properties, it is Cherry Plywood




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Types of Plywood

Typical Characteristics

Maintaining Quality

Key Advantages

  • Material: 1.7mm poplar ply laminated to various finish thickness.
  • Construction: odd number of plies Poplar veneer core
  • Standard size: 4×8 feet, 4×6 feet, thickness at 5mm, 9mm,12mm, 15mm, 18mm, 20mm, 25mm
  • Glue: E1 glue (CARB, E0,E2 under customer request)
  • Usage : Furniture, Home Decoration
  • Moisture: Less than 14%
  • Density: About 600-650kg/m3



  • Plywood Core Options: Eucalypt veneer core, Poplar Veneer Core or Mixed hardwood core.
  • Face Veneer Options: Birch, Red OAK, Cherry, Okoume etc.
  • Back Veneer Options: Birch, Red OAK, Cherry, Okoume etc.
  • UV finish or Unfinish



  • Loading Quantity: 8 pallets/20GP 16 pallets/40GP 18 pallets/40HQ
  • Packaging:Plywood Pallet + shrink film + plastic strap
  • Packaging Quantity: 1440 pcs ((12mm x 1220 x 2440)Total 16 bundles, 90pcs/bundle)
  • 20ft container: 22 Cubic Meter
  • 40ft GP container: 42 Cubic Meter
  • 40ft HQ container: 56 Cubic Meter


  • Price based on minimal order quantity
  • Minimal Order Quantity: 20ft container
  • For Pricing, the best way providing your specifications or requirements
  • Payment Term: T/T
  • Delivery Time: 25days upon down payment date
  • Supply Ability:200000 sheets per month


  • Plywood  in Processing…


[Refer HPVA]

  • The manufacturing of veneer and plywood starts with the selection of the log. Only a certain percentage of logs are suitable for veneer. A log must meet specific grade requirements, be of certain diameter, and depending upon its intended use, may have other desirable characteristics, After transport to the mill, logs are cut to the correct length and stripped of their bark. They are then placed in steam baths for softening before being cut into veneer. The next stage, opening the log, is the most exciting. The pattern of the grain and the natural beauty or “character” marks that are inside the log will be uncovered during this step.
    How the patterns unfold depends on the method of cutting. Veneer may be cut in one of five basic ways. the most commonly produced veneers are rotary and plain sliced.
  • Rotary cut is the only cutting method that is capable of producing whole piece faces, and is less expensive than sliced veneer.
  • Veneer cutting method
  • Particleboard Core Plywood
  • Combination Core Plywood with Composite Inner Ply
  • Medium Density Fiberboard Core Plywood
  • Veneer Core Plywood
  • Combination Core Plywood with Composite Crossbands
  • Although most people think only of a veneer core product when hardwood plywood is mentioned, hardwood plywood actually refers to any multi-ply panel product in which the face of the panel is hardwood or decorative softwood veneer.
  • The illustrations here show the most common hardwood plywood constructions, they are the most common plywood for drawer sides and cabinets carcase parts as such cabinets end panels, shelves, backs and bottoms.as regular, the Veneer Core Plywood is the most type you can found in the cabinets. (refer HPVA)



Between the time they are manufactured and put into their final application, there are many opportunities for hardwood plywood panels to be damaged. The following handling and storage tips should be observed at every step along the route to ensure the panels reach their final destination unscathed


  • Minimize Movement – The best way to minimize handling damage is by handling the panels as little as possible. Plan your warehousing and process flow operations to minimize the need to handle the panels
  • Proper Strapping – When you do need to move panels, make sure that they are properly secured and strapped. This will minimize the chances that the units will unexpectedly shift during transport
  • Dunnage – Keep the panels properly protected until they are ready for use on the job site.The proper dunnage will absorb many handling dings and nicks before they reach the panels
  • Training – Properly trained employees are your best defense against damage. Make sure all employees are trained in the proper and safe use of fork trucks, pallet jacks, and other handling equipment. If your employees are careful and know how to handle panels, your panels will be in good shape.


  • Proper Stacking – Proper stacking is vitally important to protecting panels. Make sure you maintain clean stacks with no protruding edges. When stacking units, keep like lengths of similar product together and maintain proper alignment and quality of stacking sticks to avoid bending or flexing panels. The sticks should be thick enough to allow fork truck tines to pass unobstructed between units. Maintaining safe stack heights and equal row spacings will keep your panels and employees safe.
  • Temperature – Wood is a natural material and is negatively affected by extreme swings in temperature. Also, wood stored in direct sunlight may heat up enough to warp. To minimize damage, storage temperatures should be maintained between 60-90 degree Fahrenheit
  • Moisture – Extreme swings in humidity and direct contact with water can both damage the appearance and performance of hardwood panels. It is extremely important to store panels in a climate controlled environment to eliminate the impacts of moistrue. The storage environment’s relative humidity should mimic the anticipated service environment, usually 30-55% RH
  • Light – Although most wood will change color upon exposure to sunlight, the effect is more pronounced in some of the species commonly used in hardwood panels. Cherry, for example, will begin to change color within a few hours of exposure to sunlight. For that reason, panels should be neatly stacked and covered during storage.
  • Coverings – If plywood is received with poly or plastic wrapping, the wrapping should be loosened to allow the wood to breath. Tight wrapping may create condensation and encorage mold. Also, opened units should have cover sheets to promote cleanliness and prevent discoloration from light exposure

Delivery and Fabrication

Acclimation Period – Do not deliver panels to the job site until they are needed and the site is ready, but allow at least 48 hours for the panels to acclimate to the use environment before installation. Panels that aren’t given enough time to acclimate on the job site prior to fabrication may warp during use.


Hardwood plywood has several key advantages:

  • Environmental Investment – A natural product made from a renewable resource and it is one of the most “environmentally friendly” decorative products available to the consumer
  • Beauty – The natural characteristics of wood make it attractive to the eye. Wood defies imitation,No material can match the infinite variety of natural markings and figure patterns in fine hardwood. Today many architects and designers still prefer the beauty of wood over any other material.
  • Strength – Pound for pound,plywood’s unique cross-layered structure made it strong and has been proven to be stronger than steel in static bending strength.The adhesives used to bond the veneers in plywood are actually stronger than the wood itself.
  • Efficiency – Plywood manufacturing achieves a more complete utilization of the log than does lumber manufacturing. No sawdust results from either rotary cutting or slicing, which are the two most frequent methods of cutting veneer. Greater square foot coverage, in comparison to solid wood products, is achieved by using veneer. Thus,plywood manufacturing makes for more efficient use of wood
  • Versatility – A great variety of products in various sizes and shapes can be manufactured. Because plywood can be bent or formed, there are a multitude of curved plywood possibilities. Chair backs and seats, domes, bowling alley channels, and pianos are just a few of the curved plywood products.
  • Durability – In museums all over the world are ancient examples of plywood furniture and decorative veneers that have lasted hundreds of years.

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