Join Date: Apr 2007
Location: Powell River British Columbia, Canada
I'm not sure if laminating is the totally correct term, but it amounts to the same thing. 3 inch t and g should be very easy to work with. If the flooring has the grooves in the underside you may want to nail through the tongue, as though you were applying it as flooring. If there is no groove you should be able to glue it directly to the plywood. You can sand it all out once assembled, and then attach your edging, which you should be able to rip from some of the flooring pieces. As oak has a very open, and porous grain you will want to use a filler to fill the pores, before you apply your finish to it. There are some good suggestions for finishinng open pored woods, such as oak, in the threads in finishing.
If you have mastered posting pictures, which I have not, post some as you go along.