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The Dimension And Thickness of Plywood

Due to the different regions and manufacturers, the dimension and thickness of plywood are different, often according to its use and choose the most appropriate dimension and thickness, and for special uses or buyer requirements, you can also order custom dimension and thickness, But factors that must be considered include load-bearing capacity, intended use, structural needs and aesthetic preferences.

The standard dimension of plywood is usually 4 feet by 8 feet (1220 mm by 2440 mm). This dimension is commonly used in construction, furniture and other applications. However, larger dimensions, such as 4 feet by 12 feet (1220mm by 3660mm) or 5 feet by 10 feet (1525mm by 3050mm), can also be used for specific purposes.

Plywood thickness is measured in millimeters (mm) or inches (in). Thickness options may vary by manufacturer and specific application. We produce plywood thickness in the range of 4-30 mm, such as:

6mm(1/4 inch): This thickness is suitable for indoor applications such as cabinets, paneling and furniture.

9mm(3/8 in): Commonly used for sheathing, sub-flooring, and other structural applications.

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12mm(1/2 inch): This thickness is universal and is commonly used for a variety of construction and woodworking projects.


18mm(3/4 inch): It is one of the thickest plywood options, providing greater strength and stability for demanding applications.


It is important to note that the thickness of plywood may vary slightly depending on manufacturing tolerances. In addition, custom thicknesses of specialty plywood can be used for specific applications.

It is recommended to consult a professional or refer to industry standards and local building codes to ensure that the appropriate plywood dimension and thickness is selected for your specific application.