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Old 08-22-2010, 05:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Were in the Bay Area/Sac can i get marine plywood

Were in the Bay Area or Sacramento area can I buy a 4X8 sheet of 3/4" marine plywood? Ive checked Home Depot, Lowes, ETC and cant find anything except pressure treated
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Were in the Bay Area or Sacramento area can I buy a 4X8 sheet of 3/4" marine plywood? Ive checked Home Depot, Lowes, ETC and cant find anything except pressure treated
That's a specialty item, so cabinet shops and those who supply them. PM daddytall here. 98.2% sure that's his name. He's a contractor in the area, and should know someone local.
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Cool I will do that thanks
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Capitol Plywood.

Sacramento Office
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Fax: (916) 922-0775
Thanks Ill check them out
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theres nothing special about marine plywood
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theres nothing special about marine plywood
you sure? I remember something about voids and glue. and plys, and defects... I dunno. everything lately is a fawking scam anyway.
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That's a specialty item, so cabinet shops and those who supply them. PM daddytall here. 98.2% sure that's his name. He's a contractor in the area, and should know someone local.
http://www.earthsourcewood.com/site/index.aspx

Every kind of plywood you could want.
Earthsource is also called PALS
(plywood and lumber supply) They are in oakland and will deliver if you order enough.
Most real lumber yards could order it for you also.
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http://www.earthsourcewood.com/site/index.aspx

Every kind of plywood you could want.
Earthsource is also called PALS
(plywood and lumber supply) They are in oakland and will deliver if you order enough.
Most real lumber yards could order it for you also.
dagg nabbit you, now I will somehow be held responsible...
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Mac Beath in Berkeley will have it, but the best place is in Chowchilla.
http://macbeath.com/
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http://www.boatracingr11.com/Sorense...%20plywood.htm
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Mac Beath in Berkeley will have it, but the best place is in Chowchilla.
http://macbeath.com/
Sorensen Woodcraft
http://www.boatracingr11.com/Sorense...%20plywood.htm
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Mac Beath is awesome. Those guys have just about anything you could ever want as far as odd lumber is concerned. Truitt & White is also in Berkeley and would likely have the stuff. Not cheap, but it does the job right.



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these guys would probably have it ^

i doubt truitt and white would have it though... if they did... be sure to bring 2 credit cards / because one won't be enough.
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theres nothing special about marine plywood
Real marine plywood is made from Mahogany or another rot resistant wood, and uses a waterproof glue.

Most fiberglass boat manufacturers do not use marine plywood in the construction of their boats. Old fiberglass boats suck for that reason.
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you sure? I remember something about voids and glue. and plys, and defects... I dunno. everything lately is a fawking scam anyway.
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Real marine plywood is made from Mahogany or another rot resistant wood, and uses a waterproof glue.

Most fiberglass boat manufacturers do not use marine plywood in the construction of their boats. Old fiberglass boats suck for that reason.
the glue is the same.
there are less voids in MP vs, BC. I wouldn't consider it enough to justify the extra expense. Paint a layer of epoxy or your favorite resin on a sheet of BC and move on.
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Real marine plywood is made from Mahogany or another rot resistant wood, and uses a waterproof glue.

Most fiberglass boat manufacturers do not use marine plywood in the construction of their boats. Old fiberglass boats suck for that reason.
They make marine ply in Doug fir!!!
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the glue is the same.
there are less voids in MP vs, BC. I wouldn't consider it enough to justify the extra expense. Paint a layer of epoxy or your favorite resin on a sheet of BC and move on.
There are NO voids in marine ply.
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