High Quality Plywood for Jigs?
About 10 or 15 years ago I remember reading in one of the woodworking magazines about a then-new brand or type of plywood that they said would probably be real good for making shop jigs, etc., because of its stability and high quality.
As I recall, one of the "new" characteristics of this plywood was that it had a higher number of layers than usual, all without voids.
I can't remember the name of this plywood product, and other than the fact that it had LOTS of layers of veneer and no voids, and that it was available in 4'x8'x3/4" sheets (it wasn't Baltic birch) I can't remember much about it.
Does anyone know the plywood I'm thinking of, or of any similar products? I'm going to be visiting a really good lumber dealer far from home soon, and I would like to order a sheet if it's decently priced.
Thanks for any guesses.