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FINNISH BIRCH AIRCRAFT PLYWOOD (METRIC)

From $25.90 to $228.95
Thickness
(Nom. In.)
Thickness
(mm)
Plies Part No.
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Full Sheet
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1/640.43
02-20250
$46.80
Quantity
02-20200
$93.75
Quantity
1/320.83
02-20350
$25.90
Quantity
02-20300
$51.75
Quantity
3/641.03
02-50050
$31.70
Quantity
02-50000
$63.75
Quantity
1/161.53
02-20450
$31.50
Quantity
02-20400
$61.75
Quantity
5/6424
02-00235
$39.90
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02-28050
$79.75
Quantity
3/322.55
02-20550
$50.50
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02-20500
$100.75
Quantity
1/835
02-20650
$53.85
Quantity
02-20600
$107.75
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5/3248
02-00237
$92.75
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02-00236
$184.75
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3/16510
02-20750
$114.75
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02-20700
$228.95
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1/4612
02-20850
$89.75
Quantity
02-20800
$179.75
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Overview

Note: Full sheets are 4' x 4' and half sheets are 2' x 4', with the exception of 02-00236 which are furnished in 61" x 61" full sheets.

Quality Birch Aircraft grade plywood produced to AB/B grade on all thicknesses.

Finnish birch plywood is furnished in 48" x 48" sheets, depending on current availability. Prices fluctuate with changes in sheet sizes. Full sheets require truck shipment unless cut in half for UPS.

Color may vary.

Attention
2' x 4' Plywood are cut with grain.
If cross cut required, specify at time of order
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Reviews

Im sculpting with 3mm and 4mm Finnish ply. It is far superior to anything else I have used. I shape it down to thin sections and it holds up! The shipping is quick, packaging excellent, and I am very satisfied. You get what you pay for. This is the best.

Michael F
February 8, 2021

plywood showed up in excellent shape (due to their packaging) and was exactly what I ordered. I will definitely be making future orders from this company. extremely satisfied.

John W
January 21, 2021

The product arrived in perfect condition, and the service was excellent, couldnt be happier! Thanks!

Jeff A
December 28, 2020

High quality, great customer support. They are willing and happy to answer questions and help with orders.

Jace E
December 2, 2020

Very nice material, well packaged to prevent damage, and sent quickly.

Richard R
November 25, 2020

Very rapid delivery and product was high quality. Will be making more purchases in the future.

Phillip A
November 20, 2020

Excellent product. Next day delivery on two orders. Great service. Thanks.

Rob.
November 13, 2020

The wood is fine. The shipping charge was not.. Ill look elsewhere the next time I need aircraft supplies.

Chuck S
September 17, 2020

Super fast service and superior product! Highly recommend

Mary S
September 8, 2020

This product was exactly as advertised, the shipping to a nearby store was free, and it arrived in perfect condition. The staff was friendly and helpful. I wouldnt hesitate to order again!

Jeff A
August 21, 2020

Q&A

Q: How many plies is the 6 mm Birch Plywood?

The 6 mm birch is 12 plies. For the plies info of other sizes, please see the "Plies" column in the parts listing. 3rd column from left.

Q: Approximately how much does a 2' x 4' x 1/64" sheet of finnish birch weigh?

The weight of this sheet is approximately 0.60 lbs.

Q: How big is the half sheet in centimetres?

A half sheet of this plywood is 2 ft x 4 ft, so in centimeters that is 60.96 cm x 121.92 cm.

Q: Does this plywood meet Germanischer Lloyd standards? Which ones? GL1, GL2? It only says Aab grade.

Yes, this meets GL-2.

Q: How many plies does the 1.5 mm plywood have?

The 1.5 mm plywood has 3 plies. For the plies info of other sizes, please see the "Plies" column in the parts listing. 3rd column from left.

Q: What is the weight per square foot of the 1/4 (6mm), 12 ply birch plywood?

The weight per square foot is 0.92 lbs.

Q: What is weight per square foot of 1/32 Finnish Birch plywood?

This will be approximately .11 lbs per sq. ft.

Q: Is this wood prefinished and is it good against moisture and warping?

This is not a sealed, finished plywood. It is called Finnish Plywood because of where it is made and the specification if meets.

Q: How flexible is this? Can I make simple arches with it? Many thanks

It can handle slight bends but tends to crack if not careful.

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