The plywood chipboardThis 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
Circular saw (or panel saw)
Marking tip (for trunnions)