Engineered Wood Core?

The medium proofgrade plywood is described as having an “engineered wood core surrounded by a micro-thin layer of natural hardwood”. Is that pretty much the same thing as MDF?

That’s exactly what it is. :slight_smile:


Thank you!

But it is a really good MDF.


It’s much more consistent than most anything you can buy at the big box stores. The only exception is Purebond in Glowforge-sized sheets. I have used more of that than anything else for the past couple of years. 5/32" Maple.

Baltic Birch, and other veneer-core plywoods are also (generally) consistent.


The lightweight is all wood - but it’s also slightly thinner so be aware.

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