Manufacturing plywood boards: Then and now
from Woodworking Network
Plywood hasn't changed much throughout history. Boards are still made by gluing together veneer. But has the process changed? A 7-minute video from the Victoria and Albert Museum in England takes a look at the manufacturing process through history with real vintage footage. Plywood is a simple material made by gluing together thin sheets of wood, known as veneers or plies.
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