What are the differences between plywood and particleboard?
The plywood is a three-layer or multi-layered plate-like material which is formed by cutting a wooden section into a veneer or by cutting it into a thin wood by wood and then gluing with an adhesive. Plywood is mainly used for building construction, interior wall decoration and door panels, etc. It has the characteristics of light weight and good bending on the outer surface of the shape, such as the curved shape.
The particle board is made by crushing various shoots into granules and then bonding them to high pressure. Because the section is similar to honeycomb, it is called particle board. Nowadays, most of the panel furniture in the world uses this kind of board. The advantage is that the inside is a granular shape with a cross-displacement structure, so the nail holding force is good and the lateral load-bearing capacity is good.