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Plywood is a wooden material that is manufactured by gluing together thin layers of “plies”, hence the name. It is engineered from manufactured boards by adjoining layers having their wood grain rotated up to 90 degrees onto one another. Plywood is commonly used for structural, interior, and exterior applications – from formwork through to internal paneling. 

Plywood is one of the main materials used in the FM BELOWGROUND sound booth. It is one of the best materials for soundproofing giving the sound booth a state of the art mechanism.
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