Anthony Thompson <thompson@...>
Rupert Gamlen wrote:
Thanks for these responses. If the curling and sealing problems manifestedPlywood was widely used in World War II and supposedly had been much improved. The "Douglas Fir Plywood Association" promoted it widely for many uses, from homebuilding to freight car exteriors (and interiors, where it was satisfactory). Perhaps the plywood of the late 1940s was no better than 1935, but evidently people thought it was.
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