BALTIC BIRCH Plywood - PRO TIPS for WOODWORKERS

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    Woodworkers SourceWoodworkers Source

    Hey folks! So what's Baltic birch? Why would you choose it? What should you know about working with it? What makes it great? What makes it terrible? How is it different from other plywoods? How is it different from Russian birch or USA birch? HERE WE GO!

    See our ULTIMATE GUIDE to Baltic Birch on the blog:
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    Chapters:
    00:00 Welcome!
    00:33 What is Baltic Birch?
    01:26 Plywood Basics
    02:39 Why Baltic Birch?
    03:18 Joinery Options
    03:57 Face Veneer Quality
    04:50 Apply a Better Veneer
    05:07 When to Choose Baltic Birch
    05:56 Tips for Working It
    07:39 Staining Baltic Birch
    08:14 Baltic Birch Size Info
    08:37 Dealing with Warped Thin Plywood
    09:30 You're The BEST!


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Garviel Loken
Garviel Loken

Fantastic - no BS, down to business

Vor 11 Monate
Kalman
Kalman

uhhh except the intro music and the BS

Vor 5 Monate
Paul Hokanson
Paul Hokanson

Woodworkers Source cost

Vor 6 Monate
steve Green
steve Green

Yep, superb video thank you

Vor 9 Monate
HcAoRrDe
HcAoRrDe

Seriously. This is great. Thanks!

Vor 11 Monate
Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

You got it, that's the whole idea 👍 thanks for watching.

Vor 11 Monate
andrejs gēliņš
andrejs gēliņš

One really cool feature of birch in general - soft feel to touch. Makes for ''comfy'' feeling drawer dandles, stools etc.

Vor Tag
MJL
MJL

I’m making a subwoofer box with this wood and would like to know if you can screw into the grains on the edge? Because this is the only way to join the two pieces of wood that are perpendicular.

Vor 5 Tage
MJL
MJL

@Woodworkers Source I read somewhere as suggested to drill a pilot hole first is this necessary for Baltic Birch?

Vor 5 Tage
MJL
MJL

@Woodworkers Source Well that’s simple enough thanks. The wood won’t splinter or not hold the screw properly?

Vor 5 Tage
Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

Yes

Vor 5 Tage
diane sansone
diane sansone

woodworking plan easy

Vor 6 Tage
Jeff Scott
Jeff Scott

That's right! We use freedom units in America! We reject that witchcraft they call the metric system and will continue to use our perfectly logical imperial system because......well because Merica!

Vor 8 Tage
AwttyGaming
AwttyGaming

what wood should i look for for a gaming desk that can hold 4 monitors

Vor 9 Tage
prosenjit das
prosenjit das

Thank you very much Mark for this intensely informative video with incredible presentation. Love from India.

Vor 13 Tage
Svetlana Karmatskikh
Svetlana Karmatskikh

Very informative video!

Vor 15 Tage
Catherine Harris
Catherine Harris

Outstanding! They do make an actual 1" and 1" 1/8 thick BB as well👍

Vor 15 Tage
Jose Ville
Jose Ville

Thanks for the video. I really like the look of your Baltic Birch Plywood Router Table (5:12). What kind of coating did you put on it? Polyurethane? How many coats? How did you smooth out the edges? Thanks.

Vor 15 Tage
Victor Rivas
Victor Rivas

This video was amazing! Do you have any Udemy or Skillshare classes that elaborate more over plywood do's and don'ts?

Vor 16 Tage
Darnell Sproul
Darnell Sproul

I am sure it could be improved. Check out the plans on the Stodoys website.

Vor 23 Tage
Michael Beaud
Michael Beaud

Hell0 and thanks for this useful introduction to plywood construction. I was wondering whether other types of plywood exist and what are their pros/cons. I mostly have oak furniture, so a the birch would probably look a bit to light in comparison. Are their for example oak or beech or ash plywood (in 13-17 plys); or if not, do we get a good result with oil instead of dye/paint (in order to keep the veneers visible)

Vor 23 Tage
Kelly Craig
Kelly Craig

Get a piece of scrap MDF and a piece of any plywood. Soak it in water for an hour and see what you think. Now, think of snow and rain and your storage system for your adventure rig. There is a reason people in the know don't want slurry wood for siding. That would apply to anything that will see the elements.

Vor 24 Tage
vilod
vilod

Danm you YouTubers and your startup music. Thumbs down.

Vor 26 Tage
Weiss Omar
Weiss Omar

Can y tell me why baltic burch warps on doors

Vor 29 Tage
Post Concussion Gaming
Post Concussion Gaming

I hope you get to this being 2021 and all, in your opinion, is it worth spending $350 on a hand sander and a hand circular saw or pay a few cents more .45-.55 avg per 11 x 17 Baltic Birch 3 mm board for pre sanded and precut. Or should I buy larger boards and do it all myself? I am so new to this I don't know. I am not going to be doing volumes but long term it is going to be a business.

Vor Monat
Frank Landgraff
Frank Landgraff

When using the gel stains, is the process the same on the ends? Can a sealer first be used to limit seep in?

Vor Monat
Vasily Vishnevskiy
Vasily Vishnevskiy

Thank you.

Vor Monat
Phil
Phil

Nice video. I like this plywood... the best choice for campervan. Still strong in 12mm, easy to screw! And love the look and touched « oily »

Vor 2 Monate
Tommy Marshall
Tommy Marshall

The last Baltic birch I got from you was not real great- Splintered at the cut taped or not and severl holes in side-= not a happy camper.

Vor 2 Monate
mzeeshan
mzeeshan

Awesome info. Loved it. Would you be kind enough to mention if this Birch plywood can be used to make a solid platform storage/loft bed base or would it get warped with time due to the weight of the big heavy mattresses?

Vor 2 Monate
Wicked Crypto
Wicked Crypto

Awesome video bud I had to rebuild my Marshall amp shell using this stuff. Its super solid and easy to work with.

Vor 2 Monate
H
H

I live in a baltic country... what I learned is that there are other types of plywood out there... (and a bunch of woodworking tips)

Vor 2 Monate
wrongfully accused
wrongfully accused

Baltic birch is simply plywood at its very best with all of its qualities and none of its drawbacks.

Vor 2 Monate
worldtraveler
worldtraveler

Why did the price of baltic birch NOT go nuts like run of the grade cdx plywood? I'm paying the same price I did last year.

Vor 2 Monate
Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

We've seen it (Baltic birch) jump up 25% and are told to expect more increases throughout the summer. If you haven't see it yet, I'd say buckle up. But who knows?

Vor 2 Monate
M Geez
M Geez

So, are you telling people that it is good for making drawers. I am going to be making a bunch of cabinets with pull out drawers. Should I use baltic birch. How do I make inexpensive slides? What is the old fashioned way of pulling out drawers without buying expensive drawer slides?

Vor 3 Monate
Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

Ah, yes, you want to look up how to make a *hardwood drawer runner* 👍

Vor 2 Monate
Nate James
Nate James

Great video Mark. Would you recommend Baltic birch for a skoolie(bus RV conversiont) ceiling? We need it to be flexible, but also strong enough not to sag in between the strapping. We are thinking that scoring the plywood to achieve a tighter curve at the sides is better than getting a 'bendy' plywood. Anyone else that has recommendations please chime in. For thickness we are planning on using 6mm/1/4".

Vor 3 Monate
Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

Yeah, that should work pretty well with the kerfing. Maybe test it with one sheet and see how it goes. The compound curves inside van are always a challenge because plywood is hard to make bend in more than one direction.

Vor 2 Monate
Russ Arteaga
Russ Arteaga

I love the way Baltic Birch looks! I must be the minority ha

Vor 3 Monate
Markus Patients
Markus Patients

We have sanction on Russian made products now that a real President is once again in the White House.

Vor 3 Monate
John Vanderbeck
John Vanderbeck

What am I missing about sizes though? If I got to the website to buy these, the largest width is 20". A standard base cabinet is 24".

Vor 3 Monate
Cobra Foam Inserts And Cases
Cobra Foam Inserts And Cases

Nice video. What would would you suggest to use if I want to get a very dark finish with not too much grain? Im going to try to make some kitchen cabinets. Using 3/4 prefinished maple veneer plywood for the interior and for the door and drawer fronts, im not sure what what give me the finish im looking for. Also, would you recommend using 1/2 'plywood for the dovetail drawers or is it not really ideal? Thanks in advance for your time.

Vor 3 Monate
Russell Lawrence Salinas
Russell Lawrence Salinas

What ply wood would you use for a weight lifting platform? Mine has dents and little holes already. I need something really strong.

Vor 3 Monate
brian s
brian s

What of the best way to paint the Baltic birch plywood?

Vor 3 Monate
J. Goebbels
J. Goebbels

I watched this because I am buying a boat. The cabin has cheap, unfinished, exposed plywood that usually you spend lots of money on trying to cover it up. But I got to thinking... can't I just stain/gel/dye and clear coat the plywood itself? Naw, you can't do that. Why? No one does. Right?? Well I searched and found you. And yep, you can finish plywood and make it look nice with just a few coats of clear. Thanks for the video!

Vor 3 Monate
ekimosurac1
ekimosurac1

TRIVIA: "Baltic Birch" was the registered trademark for Allied International, an importer/wholesale distributor, which formerly had the exclusive rights for distribution in the US. That all began about 45 years ago. Allied Int'l is no more, and nobody has an exclusive, but they still use the baltic birch name generically. Also, it's in tight supply now. Buy what you can.

Vor 3 Monate
Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

Like Kleenex?

Vor 3 Monate
M0nsterZero
M0nsterZero

"not very pretty" OK! lot of people out there would disagree with that

Vor 3 Monate
Mario Turcotte
Mario Turcotte

Thank you Marc. The first time I worked with BB was 5 years ago. Since I haven't bought anything else for sheet goods.

Vor 3 Monate
David Floegel
David Floegel

Amazing video! I'm currently planning a fitted wardrobe which will be approximately 2m wide, 2.4m high and 70cm deep. I was thinking of doing everything in baltic birch but after watching this, I could potentially do the drawers in cheaper plywood? Baltic birch is heavily expensive! Everything will be painted white after so the grain doesn't bother me. Any thoughts?

Vor 3 Monate
Rajesh
Rajesh

Can anyone tell me is polyurethane on brich works good?

Vor 3 Monate
Raphael Klaussen
Raphael Klaussen

Way too wordy.

Vor 3 Monate
laura marshall
laura marshall

Wow! Excellent video. Clear and to the point. I'm a newbie and have only used regular plywood, pine, popular, and 2x4s from HD so far in my own shop. Looking forward to expanding to 'real' wood and Baltic birch.

Vor 3 Monate
Grant Oakes
Grant Oakes

Great info, I'm a newbie and the tips were very helpful.

Vor 4 Monate
Raise Malik
Raise Malik

Any tips on what wood to use to make a round bedside cabinet? Awesome video btw 🙏

Vor 4 Monate
Jah M
Jah M

And I just found this channel 👍🏼👍🏼great info...thanks 🔥🔥👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼

Vor 4 Monate
Clinton Carrington
Clinton Carrington

Thanks for the great videos that you make! Quick question. I am making several speaker cabinets for use with guitar amp) at 24 X 18 inches. I am using 1/2" Baltic birch plywood. My plan is to use a 1/2" radius round over router bit on the front and side edges prior to covering the cabinet in black Tolex material. I find that this Baltic birch chips like crazy even with brand new router bits. Do you have any tips on using the round over bit on my Porter Cable fixed base router to minimize tear out and chipping in this application?

Vor 4 Monate
TheThirdMan
TheThirdMan

Thanks for pointing out the sizes. I see this all the time from Americans, “I bought some 3/4” ply/MDF and it’s under size”. That’s because it’s 18mm. Now, I can understand when this doesn’t work well for people using imperial size tools like dado stacks but for the most part, it’s not going to make any difference, as long as you’re aware of it.

Vor 4 Monate
Terry Wells
Terry Wells

Baltic birch is a very nice plywood but I have one problem with it. Manufactured in very dry conditions, by the time it gets to our humid climate it is so twisted that it is unwokable.

Vor 4 Monate
fifi23o5
fifi23o5

Another thing made from baltic birch: Sequoia F.8L Falco. Originally an Italian design from the 1955, now made as a kit or plans built homebuild aeroplane. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rwGq8cg-WJU&t=28s BTW, the thinnest baltic birch I've came across is 0.4 mm thick and has 3 plys. I'we made business cards of it.

Vor 4 Monate
Rick McDonnell
Rick McDonnell

“It’s just a wood sandwich” 😂

Vor 4 Monate
David Jones
David Jones

I always thought baltic birch was way more expensive than the birch you buy at the big box stores. I build cornhole boards and recently found a huge lumber company that sells the 5X5 foot Baltic boards and when you do the math it cost just as much as the big box stores and I still have a foot left over for scroll saw projects. Not only the is it more cost effective but it is so much better than the birch at big box stores.

Vor 4 Monate
Jon Griffith
Jon Griffith

Thank you!

Vor 4 Monate
Hal Schmerer
Hal Schmerer

Hi Mark. Building a clothes cabinet for my wife with Baltic Birch and using 1/2" Birch plywood for drawers. They are large, 34" x 12", 8" high. was going to use 1/4" birch plywood for drawer bottoms, do you think that is sufficient for clothes or should I use 1/2" for the bottom?

Vor 4 Monate
Charles Nemon
Charles Nemon

Good to see a straight forward, informative video without all the theatrics. The more I see someone doing a video with all the theatrics, the less credible they become to me. So thanks.

Vor 4 Monate
martino amello
martino amello

I love the stuff, BUT it don't come cheap and most of my customers unfortunately want CHEAP.. They just don't want to pay for high quality materials. The downside to that as most of you know it it just doesn't last as long as high quality materials.

Vor 4 Monate
TIm Mazur
TIm Mazur

Might be helpful to give a run down on the higher stuff like Marine Grade and other hardwood plywood like Sapele and others.

Vor 4 Monate
Chris Kavallos
Chris Kavallos

Thank you for the video It was very educational. Can I use this for exterior use if stained or painted?

Vor 4 Monate
justgivemethetruth
justgivemethetruth

Oh ... yeah, Baltic Birch, the plywood that costs hundreds of dollars per piece. Get real Mr. Billionaire! ;-)

Vor 4 Monate
Claudio DiIorio
Claudio DiIorio

Great tips thank you

Vor 4 Monate
Jon Harguth
Jon Harguth

When staining Baltic Birch, if you're not using dye or gel, does a conditioner help significantly with the blotching?

Vor 4 Monate
Little Chicago
Little Chicago

There is so much to love about this video. Fast-paced with so much useful information. As a retired forty year shop teacher, who worked many summers as a carpenter, always a pleasure listening to and watching someone who's got the goods. My first job out of high school (say . . . 1970) was as a video editor for a network television station. Man ! this is nicely put together: the pace, sequencing, just flows along without any noticeable dead spots. Baltic Birch? Wish I could have afforded it on my last project, (say, pension level budget) but really, how much longer will I have to live with this regret? The price is not that big a deal. Hey, the extra time it took dealing with the materials I chose to use, I would have had several pension cheques to cover the extra cost (not to mention the money I could have saved on sandpaper and rejected material). Enough. Gotta go hit that subscribe button . . .

Vor 5 Monate
Ray Sison
Ray Sison

Thanks for your wonderful videos. May I know what you use to finish your wonderful projects and make the birch nice and bright?

Vor 5 Monate
Christine D.
Christine D.

I don't even know how I stumbled across your video but I like you--you're believable, knowledgeable and not pretentious. I'm going to subscribe and see what else you have that I can learn from!

Vor 5 Monate
Mic Schemelin
Mic Schemelin

Like many of the previous comments, this is very informative........excellent presentation 👍

Vor 5 Monate
Chad Bjork
Chad Bjork

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Vor 5 Monate
northcackalacky
northcackalacky

Another fantastic and informative video. We all appreciate your hard work!!

Vor 5 Monate
Larry
Larry

Great info. Honest and straight forward

Vor 5 Monate
Albert Shilton
Albert Shilton

Marc, GREAT JOB! I live on San Juan Island in Washington, so I won’t be visiting your store and shipping is very expensive, but, thanks. Just as a side note. Be sure to tell people to wear a mask while sanding Burch or any plywood. The glue can get you. Be safe and be well. Regards, Al

Vor 5 Monate
Tom Clark
Tom Clark

I would love to have someone like Mark up in NY. So nice, so informative, so helpful!

Vor 5 Monate
patriotpaul
patriotpaul

Very well said. Most folks have no idea about baltic birch.

Vor 5 Monate
Travis Brown
Travis Brown

This was INCREDIBLY helpful. Thank you for your time and knowledge.

Vor 5 Monate
Dirk Dooms
Dirk Dooms

Well done! Thx!

Vor 5 Monate
Warren Mundell
Warren Mundell

I use BB in all my dresser drawers. If i am using Oak, i put Oak facing on front only. Thanks for tip on staining.

Vor 5 Monate
Stuart Brooks
Stuart Brooks

I recently bought 4x8 BB and the 1/4” sheet was actually 1/4”. I got it for drawer bottoms so it didn’t effect anything

Vor 5 Monate
Marcel Theroux
Marcel Theroux

Thanks for that information great job🔨

Vor 5 Monate
High Performance Design
High Performance Design

Hello - I'm working with some Baltic Birch as a vanity counter and I noticed that when I started to sand down the edges that the layers seemed to blur together and I didn't have those hard lines like when I first bought them. Is there a trick to getting those lines back?

Vor 5 Monate
Megan Chancellor
Megan Chancellor

Very informative! Thank you!

Vor 5 Monate
Mike Gilbert
Mike Gilbert

I’m thinking of making some open shelved cabinets with laminate accent colors. Do I need to laminate both sides to balance if they are small 12-15” lengths? What about doors, if I’m veneering the face do I need to veneer the backs as well?

Vor 5 Monate
Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

It’s a good idea to veneer both sides. Bigger risk of warping without it, but anything can happen

Vor 5 Monate
Charles Sciano
Charles Sciano

Ok, Ok. 2 videos of yours I've watched. Both completely informative. I'm subscribing now. Thanks again.

Vor 5 Monate
Mark Koons
Mark Koons

Like most of the imperial sized sheet stock, the baltic birch I've measured with digital calipers is only approximately its nominal size. The 1/2" baltic birch is now more commonly known as 12 MM but that's not accurate either. The last I measured was 11.427 though that doesn't matter much unless the novice is designing for half inch or twelve millimeters.

Vor 5 Monate
Russ Roepke
Russ Roepke

Spoken like someone who sells Baltic birch.... Oh wait ... you do sell the stuff.... You show a lot of wasteful ways to use such expensive material. First and last time I'll be watching any of your videos.

Vor 5 Monate
Buddy Austin
Buddy Austin

Great video. Very informative. I'm just (re)starting my shop after about 20 years of being too busy to do anything but my day job, and my first projects are going to be nice tables for my drill press and band saw. Baltic birch will be my wood of choice. I'm in the aerospace industry, so I always over-engineer stuff and make it waaay to complex, so I'm planning on adding drawers, vacuum ports, etc. The reason I bring this up is that I'll have dados that will have to be cut. Dados cut with imperial sized saw blades. If I use what's called "3/4 inch" BB for the table surface and for the sides of my base, I'll have to dado a 3/4" groove and insert what is actually 18mm wood. Same with 1/2 in cuts and 12mm wood. I'm wondering how well these woods will fit into the grooves. Has anyone done this and can provide some feedback? Will the joints be tight? Will some glue be enough to fill the gap? I'm not dado'ing in a 4 foot tall piece, so I'm not worried about it swaying in the breeze, but, hey, you know... I'm OCD, but can't imagine going out and buying metric sized saw blades. Thanks for everyone's help, and again, great video!

Vor 5 Monate
Tripp Thomas
Tripp Thomas

I lived all over the world as an Air Force brat and as an Air Force member myself. I even lived in Argentina for two years (dated an Argentine girl). As a result, I will only use metric tape measures. Dividing, adding and subtracting fractions are a pain in the ass. I’d rather deal with a system predicated on 10, not 32, 16 or 12!

Vor 5 Monate
toOnybrain
toOnybrain

Thank you. This info is very helpful.

Vor 5 Monate
Gregory Mize
Gregory Mize

GREAT VID!

Vor 5 Monate
Ted Mangione
Ted Mangione

Hey Mark, You're the man my friend. This presentation was flawless !! Content, clarity, speed, cadence, you've got it all. If you ever decide you want to move on from woodworking, you've got a second career just waiting for you. Hope you have more videos available on YouTube. Going to look now. Thanks again !

Vor 5 Monate
L P
L P

Good job 👍 explaining, no bull, no jokes, just the facts... Have a sheet of BB out in my shop right now, love the way it “works”. Just subscribed.

Vor 5 Monate
Mareks Aploks
Mareks Aploks

Baltic Birch plywood is produced in the one and only factory in the world. Dont call ir russian. I`ts legendary latvian brand. https://www.finieris.com/en/home

Vor 5 Monate
Gordon Stallings
Gordon Stallings

I recently used for workbench legs and rails by gluing multiple layers. Made for a very heavy and solid, all-Birch base and looks good with Tung Oil finish. Thanks!

Vor 5 Monate
Patrick DonEgan
Patrick DonEgan

Do termite like to eat baltic birch?

Vor 5 Monate
Best Services
Best Services

ApplePly is superior in every regard. The face veneers are clear faced, sanded smooth and flat, the cores are better grade birch. They are also flatter than the imports. Plus it’s made in the USA. And it’s 96.5 x 48.5. And you need a legit panel saw.

Vor 5 Monate
fishermanfloyd
fishermanfloyd

Where might a guy find some ApplePly?

Vor 5 Monate
howard dove
howard dove

You are good !Subscribed.👏 on your way to 100k 😁

Vor 5 Monate
Melinda
Melinda

Great video! Just what I've needed. A friend of mine is redoing an old barn an making it into a 1bd house and their using this Birch wood. I never that they whomever would turn birch wood/trees into a plywood form. I lived in Maine for 6 yrs. We made scandals every some out of the outside stripes. Amazing. And I hope it's the same wood your talking about. If not I must sound like a coo coo for coco puffs! 😜🤣🤣

Vor 6 Monate
Nathan Lamb
Nathan Lamb

Very interesting. I use birch myself but not sure if it’s Baltic or not. I actually found ur video because I made a workbench top out of birch and was looking for a good finish to put on it. I’ve used the gel stain before It’s not bad. I’m going to try that dye one on a project.

Vor 6 Monate
Jon Lisbon
Jon Lisbon

Excellent. Informative. Appreciate your approach and taking the time to make this.

Vor 6 Monate
Rich B
Rich B

I do like Baltic Berch but all of the stuff I've used is held together with hide glue ( not water resistant) so damp areas are out.

Vor 6 Monate
Sue B
Sue B

Hi, is there a standard for the number of layers in Baltic Birch? I only have a big box store near me and all the different hardwood veneered plywoods seem to have fewer actual layers than the baltic birch you show ... what should we be looking for?

Vor 6 Monate
Jayasree Pisupati
Jayasree Pisupati

Where do you get these Baltic birch sheets? I tried at HD and didn’t see them with the quality that is shown in your video

Vor 6 Monate
Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

Woodworkers Source is the place to go

Vor 6 Monate
Homer’s Customs
Homer’s Customs

I am a cabinet maker and need bords wider than 20 inches and you don't sell anything wider in plywood

Vor 6 Monate
Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

Correct. 20” solid wood? Gotta glue it up or use a sheet good product.

Vor 6 Monate
Hadley Jolley
Hadley Jolley

I am watching this because I bought a loom made from unfinished baltic birch and I need to finish it before completing it. It is used on the cheaper versions of fiber arts tools when strength and expense are more important than beauty. (Its a Louet Erica.)

Vor 6 Monate

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