There are plenty of advantages to using plywood for your woodworking projects – it’s cost effective, strong, and durable. The downside is that sometimes it warps due to a number of factors. It’s best to try and catch the warping early, so make sure to inspect every piece of plywood! In the video below, we see three different methods for trying to flatten warped plywood.
As we’ll learn in the video, a lot of warping happens because of moisture in the air and temperature fluctuations. The first step in trying to flatten your plywood is drying everything out. If you have the luxury of living in a dry heat climate, go ahead and stick your plywood outside for a few days. For the rest of us, watch the video below for a few ways to speed up the process!SKM: below-content placeholder