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Veneered Blackbutt crown on birch plywood

Blackbutt crown cut veneer panels pre-glued to a birch plywood substrate. Available in 2400mm x 1200mm downgrade back (DGB) sheets in a variety of panel thicknesses.

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Product specifications

Recommended application: Furniture, joinery, shop-fittings, cabinets

Environmental Information

This product is available as FSC or PEFC certified on request (subject to market availability). Please notify us when placing your order.

Important notice

Plywood is a natural wood product that can be affected by ambient weather conditions which may cause sheets to bow. At Bord, all precautions are taken to ensure flatness at time of dispatch. Once plywood has left our factory we cannot guarantee sheets will remain flat unless fastened. This is particularly important for non-fastened cabinet doors.

About Veneered Plywood

Timber veneer is thin slices of wood that are generally glued on to panels, called substrates, in a pattern to create flat sheets. These veneer sheets come pre-glued to a birch plywood substrate. Plywood is a man-made product, made by glueing thin layers of wood veneer together. Veneered plywood is typically used for joinery or furniture making. As one of the leading commercial veneer and plywood suppliers in Melbourne and Australia, we pride ourselves on being experts in panel products and can provide professional advice to ensure you have the right product for the job.

Price list

SHEET SIZE THICKNESS PRICE EX GST
2400 x 1200 mm DGB 9 mm POA
12 mm POA
15 mm POA
18 mm POA
24 mm POA
30 mm POA
40 mm POA
We're Closed For The Holidays

The Bord Products team is closed for the holidays from the 18th of December 2020.

We'd like to thank you for your ongoing support and wish you a safe and Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. We look forward to welcoming you back on the 11th of January 2021.