1/2" x 12" Birch Plywood Hexagon
Nominal: 1/2" x 12" x 10.39"
Cut for creativity, hardwood veneer plywood shapes are maker-ready. With clean, smooth, natural birch on both the front and back faces, hexagons are perfect for a host of inspired decor projects. Simply apply creativity with wild, reckless abandon, as desired.
Convenient, ready-to-make component for home decor projects and unfinished wood crafts. Features smooth, double-sided birch veneers. The perfect wood canvas for makers.
Craft wood pieces featuring smooth, sanded, birch veneers (0.35 - 0.45mm) on face and back and square-cut corners perpendicular to edges.
Plywood panels ready to customize with the finishes of your choice, including paint, stain, vinyl decals, and sealant. Maker-friendly for all your wood crafts ideas and DIY wood projects.
Wood canvas intended for indoor crafting and display only. If using outside, seal with a weather-protecting finish and place in a covered or protected area.
- One, 1/2"-thick, 12" plywood hexagon
- Actual dimensions: 0.47" x 12" x 10.39"
- Tolerance: +/- 1/8"
- Weight: Approx. 1 lb
- Grade + Species: B2 (or equivalent) with a veneer core; White or Yellow Birch
- CARB Phase 2 and EPA TSCA Title VI compliant
- California residents, see Prop 65 Warning Fact Sheets for formaldehyde and wood dust
What is plywood?Plywood is a sheet or panel made by gluing multiple, thin layers of wood together in a very tight stack.
Is Handprint Birch plywood the same as Baltic Birch plywood?In short, no. Baltic Birch is a specialty plywood originally created for cabinet makers. It’s plies are thicker and all made from 100% birch. Birch plywood has thinner plies which are different species- anything from pine to poplar. We find Birch plywood offers the same great look and benefits as Baltic Birch, but can be more cost effective for a maker’s budget.
How many plies are in each thickness of plywood?In general, the more plies, the stronger the panel. So while the precise number of plies varies depending on the tree, typically, ¼” plywood has 3-5 plies, ½” has 5-7, and ¾” has 7-9.