Pay attention to the birch plywood, made by Semipalatinsk Wood Processing Plant No. 1 LLP.
This plywood is made from dense, slowly growing birch wood from the forests of Kazakhstan. This wood material is light with only few dark strips. The ridges are cut into thin veneer (about 2 mm thick), and then they are pressed in the multilayer sheets. Compared to the birch plywood from other countries, the European plywood has almost twice as many layers, with the same sheet thickness, making it more rigid, less prone to warping and it restrains the screws better even near the sheet edge.