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A-1 White Maple ApplePly (1-1/2 inch)
A-1 White Maple ApplePly 1-1/2 inch
1-1/2 inch White Maple ApplePly


 
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Per part price starts at (shipping not included): $51.41

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Product Code: BAP-RCMAP112


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1-1/2" - 24"x24": $51.41
1-1/2" - 24"x32": $70.22
1-1/2" - 24"x48": $92.83
1-1/2" - 32"x48": $120.43
1-1/2" - 48"x48": $175.65
1-1/2" - 12"x96": $105.96
1-1/2" - 16"x96": $130.43
1-1/2" - 24"x96": $185.65

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1-1/2 inch White Maple Plywood Parts

If you're looking for an elegant, beautiful and clean plywood for your next woodworking project, our selection of rotary white-maple wood is perfect for you. Originating from the eastern United States and Canada, this hard maple variety is creamy white in color with broad variegated grain and only slight color variations. Combined with an intricate rotary cut, our white-maple veneer sheets are the ultimate choice for woodworking projects that are going for the sleek, modern look.

One of the best characteristics of the versatile rotary-cut wood in white maple is that its neutral color allows it to match effortlessly with its surrounding fixtures. Great for doors and other repeated interior structures, its color consistency makes it easy to achieve a uniform look between multiple rooms!

Features
  • Rotary-cut white-maple veneers exhibit a creamy, white color with little hue variation between samples and show a broad, straight grain pattern. Hard maple wood is quite different from other variations because its sapwood (versus heartwood or other hardwoods) is the preferred material. This yields cream maple wood planks that are eye-catching as is or that can be easily stained for a richer color. It's also preferred by cabinet and furniture makers because of its overall strength and durability. Opt for rotary-cut white-maple wood panels if you're after:

    • A consistent color range
    • Subtle grain texture
    • Greater design flexibility
    • A more affordable option to plain sliced

    Our hard maple wood is sourced from Canada and the eastern United States.


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