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Aeroplan plywood

Aeroplan is a birch plywood of extremely high quality with many layers, which makes it extremely strong and flexible.


Technical description: Aeroplan plywood
Weight: 0,7 g/cm3
Tolerance, thickness: +/- 10%

In stock with possibility for same-day delivery.

Thickness A4 A2 A1
0.4 mm € 11 € 34 € 60
1 mm € 9 € 24 € 42
2 mm € 9 € 26 € 45
3 mm € 12 € 35 € 61

All sizes are in cm. All prices are inclusive of 25% VAT

Delivery from 1-5 days.

Thickness 155×155
0.4 mm € 248
1 mm € 183
2 mm € 193
3 mm € 250

All sizes are in cm. All prices are inclusive of 25% VAT.

Useful to know

Plywood is often used for architectural models, jewellery, model aircrafts/ships and furniture.

Vector and raster engraving

Aeroplan plywood can be vector engraved. The material gains a darker tone where it has been engraved. The thicker the engraving, the darker the colour. The colour of the engraving, just like the colour of the wood, can vary from sheet to sheet.

With thick vector engraving, some staining around the engraved area may occur. However, this can easily be removed by light sanding.

Avoid burning marks

A protective film on top of the sheet can be added when ordering to avoid the worst soot and burn marks from the laser.

Direction of the wood grain

If you have any specific preferences for the grain direction on the wood and your design, please let us know by making an arrow in your file that indicates to us which way we should turn the sheet. You can also inform us in the comments box when placing your order about any such preferences you may have.

Only possible with A format.

Laser cutting

Top –  A slight darkening of the wood will appear along the score lines. This can be removed by light sanding.

Edges– The edges are brownish and can rub off. This can be removed by wiping with a cloth or lightly sanding. The thicker the material, the more soot that will accumulate around the edges.

Bottom – There will be a certain amount of smoke and marking along the score line, depending on the surface on which the material is cut. If the bottom is visible in the final product, it is usually sanded or painted.