13 ply stacked plywood

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13 ply plywood stacked

-- JamesCaseGoods

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#1 posted 514 days ago

Great design.

-- Anthony

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#2 posted 514 days ago

I was just thinking of this style,
very nice

-- Doug...

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#3 posted 514 days ago

looks good!

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#4 posted 514 days ago

Cool idea,good job.

-- Custom furniture

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#5 posted 514 days ago


What an awesome job you did on this! This is flat out gorgeous and looks very modern! I am adding it to my favorites.

What thickness ply did you use, 3/4”? What are the dimension and how much did it cost you? After you glued up the plywood strips for the sides and the top, did you have to run them through a thickness planer to get a consistent thickness?

Do you have pictures of the build process?


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#6 posted 514 days ago

First off Welcome…

Great looking project.

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#7 posted 514 days ago

I did not need to use a thickness planner at all > the table saw takes care of all that..> looking back i could have probably used less plywood as the box itself is made up of 1’5/8ths thick rips> confident that 1” rips would hold the same. i used a Russian birch 5’x5’ they are 49$ a sheet > used 3 sheets. 100lb drawer slides> i made my own drawers > in the same manner (stacked and glued) over all cost about 200$
>> I have been commissioned to do a wall at a business using this… will send those pictures after..

-- JamesCaseGoods

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#8 posted 514 days ago

Putting the pieces together

I used 8 coats of Gel Polyurethane

-- JamesCaseGoods

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#9 posted 514 days ago

Nice, I’m a fan of stacked plywood, this job looks great.

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#10 posted 514 days ago

Nice work, like renners I am not a big fan of stacked plywood but some do really well with it.

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#11 posted 514 days ago

very cool design, I really like the stacked plywood look.

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#12 posted 514 days ago

I love this! I have had this idea of making some pieces by stacking baltic birch to create the material.

-- Todd A. Clippinger, Montana,

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#13 posted 514 days ago

Nice! like to look, like the knobs.

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#14 posted 514 days ago

I’m glad I’m not the only one who likes the look of plywood edges! Bravo !

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