- 5.5mm Malaysian Plywood
- Plywood Cut to size in Chelmsford, Essex
- Delivery Nationwide
- Collection available from our workshop in Chelmsford, Essex
3.6mm BB/CC Malaysian Plywood, phenol glue EN314-2
Enter your Width and Height measurements above and we can cut your 3.6mm BB/CC Malaysian Plywood to size, Our minimum cutting size is Width 20mm and Length 50mm and there is a minimum area charge of 0.5m2. The maximum size will be dependant on the 3.6mm BB/CC Malaysian Plywood sheet size. Our online MDF cutting order form has been made to have the maximum sizes specified so there is no risk of you ordering a size that is not achievable.
Once you have selected your finish sizes you will also have the option to have your 3.6mm BB/CC Malaysian Plywood Finished Sprayed with Clear Lacquer. Please see our Spray Finish page to read about the paint we use along with our preparation procedures.
If your looking to buy a full sheet of 3.6mm BB/CC Malaysian Plywood please go to our MDF Full Boards page which can be found in the Menu.
Our minimum lead times are:
MDF Cut To Size: 5-10 Working Days.
MDF Spray Finishing: 10-15 Working Days
Hardwood plywood is characterised by its excellent strength, stiffness and resistance to creep which make it especially suitable for heavy-duty floor and wall structures.
Hardwood Plywood Grades
There are several different grades of hardwood plywood available:
B face – Neatly cut one piece veneer, almost defect free and sanded smooth
BB face – Minor defects are permitted within strict limits provided they are filled and sanded smooth.
CC face – Permits all defects, open or closed, although limited in size and number. However, open defects are filled, and the CC face is generally sanded for the UK market although neither of these improvements is required by the Standard.
If you are to cut the MDF or Ply yourself, we would always recommend a competent person cuts the panel and the correct Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) should always be worn. There harmful fibres are known to cause health issues so goggles, dust mask, ear defenders and gloves should be worn. We would recommend a respirator with a P2 Filter rating should be considered compared to a disposable dust mask. It is also recommended that any cutting is undertaken in a well-ventilated area.