Author Topic: Source of phenolic or melamine plywood sheets (film faced plywood)  (Read 674 times)

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Offline Josh2

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where can I buy good, colored phenolic plywood sheets? I really like that material but it's kind of hard to find in the U.S. Seems to be more common in Europe. There is an old post from Anderson Plywood with mostly dead links:;board=festool-jigs-tool-enhancements;topic=34%27-euro-color-ply-phenolic-plywood-available-in-2%27-x-4%27-sheets.0

They still seem to sell phenolic plywood though:

Any other sources people recommend? I am mainly interested in white and also considering melamine resin coated but that seems to be even harder to find.

Here is a picture of 15mm melamine resin plywood from some furniture I really like:


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Online Cheese

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There are some Home Depot stores that sell the stuff. It's a Boise Cascade product. Give your local HD a call and see if they will special order it for you.