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The plywood chipboard

This particle board costs about three times more than the conventional panel (sanded two sides), but it is much more decorative. It is plywood, on both sides, of a pine, mahogany or oak leaf (most often) and has an aspect close to the plywood blockboard. It is used, indoors only in non-humid rooms, for furniture and wall decoration. The most common thicknesses are 15 and 19 mm.

Tools & materials

• Screwdriver drill
Wood drill bits
Masonry drill bits
Depth guide
Circular saw (or panel saw)
Metre
square
Clamps
Glue brush
Marking tip (for trunnions)
Iron -
Panel screws
journals
Panel nails
Anchors
Chipboard panels
cleats
Thermo-sticky edges
Wood glue