|Forum topic by garberfc||posted 553 days ago||762 views||0 times favorited||24 replies|
553 days ago
I’m sure most all users of hardwood plywood realize that the thickness of the material is slightly thinner on the edges. I just have a few questions about it…
In the past if the veneer at the edge was in perfect shape I wouldn’t worry about the thickness and would use the material as is. I liked to take advantage of the perfectly square factory corner.
When using the plywood for cases and sliding the edges into dadoes it’s noticeably tighter / looser based on the board being an edge piece or not. It’s usually not possible to drive a screw threw the opposite side of the dado.
I hope the following questions don’t seem too ridiculousness :-). It’s just the type of thing that keeps me awake at night…Questions:
Thanks in advance for your thoughts,