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0.8mm BR/BR Grade Laser Birch Plywood - 400mm x 300mm Flexi Ply

0.8mm BR/BR Grade Laser Birch Plywood - 400mm x 300mm Flexi Ply

0.8mm x 400mm x 300mm BR Veneer grade Birch Plywood. Perfect for models, instruments, laser cutting, toys and craft work. If you are looking for high quality Laser Plywood then look no further! 


All of the plywood sourced by The Natural Workshop has to meet the strict FSC or PEFC guidelines, if it doesn't meet the standard then we won't purchase it.

The main use for this is with a laser cutting machine, however you can also use it in Pyrography, Scroll Saw work or small woodworking projects.

Thickness - 0.8mm 
Size - 400mm x 300mm ( +/- 0.1mm ) 
Product Origin - European Birch Plywood
Grade - BR on both faces 
Responsibly Sourced - FSC Certified 


0.8mm BR Veneer grade Birch Plywood is perfect for - 


  • Laser Cutting
  • Models
  • Instruments
  • Toys
  • Furniture
  • Craft work




Thin Birch Plywood is meticulously manufactured using state-of-the art machinery and specialised peeling techniques. Veneers are peeled from the log at as thin as 0.13mm on the thinner panels and cross-banded to make a malleable plywood sheet.

BR 'veneer' grade Birch Plywood - This is similar to B grade material. You are bale to see the natural look of the wood grain and will show natural colour variations. 

This plywood uses an EN314-2 Class 1 glue which is suitable for interior (dry) conditions. Interior glue is generally considered the preferred option for materials that are to be laser cut. 


Please Note - 


Every effort is made to supply flat sheets but unavoidable warping may occur. It may be necessary to tape the wood to the laser bed or to allow enough time for the timber to lay flat and acclimatise to its surroundings. Please ensure you don't allow the plywood to move from a humid environment to a hot dry environment as this will encourage the timber to warp. Birch Plywood is made from natural materials and this is standard across the industry.

We recommend customers try to keep stocks of plywood so the wood has sufficient time to acclimatise to their new environment. Where possible, please store where the temperature/humidity is constant.

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