|Forum topic by RonInOhio||posted 449 days ago||6229 views||0 times favorited||4 replies|
449 days ago
Admittedly I’m not an expert on lumber and plywood. I did find a good kiln though that will be
The other day I came across a reference to cabinet grade and furniture grade plywood. I always thought cabinet grade was furniture grade but I digress.
Can someone point out the differences ? Not just in the plywood, but the cost differences. I’m going to assume furniture grade is more stable and less prone to voids and such. Also I would assume.furniture grade come in a wider variety of veneers.
So cabinet grade would be the premium grade construction grade in plywood ?
And furniture grade would be high quality ply with hardwood veneers on the last layer ?
Or are the two interchangable and really only the outside veneer determines the difference ?