Before I buy Woodpeckers 3mm baltic birch on Amazon I thought I would ask if anyone knew a place in the Seattle area which may provide a better option.
Rockler and Woodcraft have 3mm BB ply, but it does cost more than Woodpeckers. If their ply is dramatically better quality, it still may be worth it.
Dunn Lumber seems to have no craft-style wood other than those MDF+veneer “doorskins.”
HD seems to have no 1/8 ply at all, though they have some craft-style hardwoods like poplar and oak.
Martin in Everett has a lot of cool stuff. They do list a 5’ x 5’ sheet of 1/8" BB ply at $23. That brings the price per square foot to about a buck… not counting gas and the hassle of cutting it down.
Martin also has big sheets of 1/8" A3 mahogany ply for about $0.55/sq ft.
Anyone have experience with the Martin 1/8 plywoods?
Am I overlooking any other vendors?