Raw Plywood

Film-Faced Plywood

Hexa – Tex Wiremesh Plywood

Riga Tex - Wiremesh Serrated Plywood

Trailer & Vehicle Body Manufacturing

Riga Hexa – Wiremesh Plywood

Trailer & Vehicle Body Manufacturing

Paged Wiremesh – Serrated Plywood

Trailer & Vehicle Body Manufacturing

Kontra Hexa – Wiremesh Plywood

Trailer & Vehicle Body Manufacturing

Special Plywood

Ecological Marine Plywood



Plywood is a plaque formed by combining layers of wood veneer, which are glued together. The thickness of each of the plates varies between 0.2 – 3.2 mm. Since the plates will be more robust when combined, they are adjusted to be perpendicular to one of the vessel directions. When the cross-grain structure is used, it resists splitting when nailed at the edges, minimizes expansion and contraction, and increases stability. Core layers are also crucial to plywood strength. These layers increase the separation between the outer layers where the pressure is highest. This has a significant effect against bending. Plywood, which is darker than the veneer wood in terms of color, is known for its resistance to water and moisture.


  • Plywood is highly appreciated by many because it is suitable for a variety of uses. Main areas of use:
  • Construction
  • Furniture making
  • Construction products
  • Automotive
  • Interior decoration of buildings
  • Surface coating in the construction and marine industry
  • In the interior design of boats
  • Car making
  • Packaging

Plywood is also used for furniture sets, cabinets, and tables. Thanks to its water resistance, it is used in a wide variety of fields from construction to design, including gardening and marine.


The number of layers and the type of wood used in the layers are the first things to consider when purchasing plywood. It should be noted that all the layers to be added are from the same tree, regardless of which tree type it started with. There is a problem when using different wood types. Since the durability of the plywood will increase, it will be better to have more layers. The surface quality of the plywood should be smooth and A quality, there should be no cracks. It should be noted that there are no margins and the inner layer thicknesses should be equal.


There are plywood types that are used in many areas as a building material both indoors and outdoors. There are varieties such as birch plywood, flexible plywood, poplar plywood, and water contra (marine plywood).
Birch plywood consists of plaques cut from birch wood. It is included as a standard product in plywood products. It stands out in terms of price, appearance, and durability.
Flexible plywood is a type of plywood made from non-rigid woods. It is widely used because it is easily shaped. Flexible plywood, which is frequently used especially when designing wood, is easy to design as it can be bent and twisted easily. For this reason, it is often preferred.

Poplar plywood has maximum moisture resistance and durability. Poplar plywood is one of the most prestigious plywood surfaces in the world and is widely used in furniture manufacturing and it is known for its durability and difficult to bend. Poplar plywood prices can be more expensive than other plywood prices because its durability is better than other plywood types.

Water plywood (marine plywood) has the status of the highest grade plywood in the plywood industry. Marine plywood is most commonly used in the boat building industry as it is water-resistant.


Details such as size, thickness, and layer change plywood prices. The thickness of the plywood varies according to the layer used. If made with more wood planks, the thickness and strength of the product will increase, but plywood prices will vary. Variations in terms of wood type used, variety, and strength may also vary in price. Baba Yapı, which includes cheap plywood prices and many other building materials, offers you the highest quality building materials.


The dimensions of the plywood are 2.50×1.25 meters, 1.25×2.25, and 2.20×1.70 meters as standard, but it is possible to produce in special sizes. We can specify plywood thicknesses as 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 15, 18, 20, 25, and 30 mm as standard.