The veneer core comprises several layers of rotary veneer. The thickness is 0.8 to 4mm, and the layers are glued to each other by crossing the veneer. The sheets are placed around a center ply called core (often in tender wood). An odd number of sheets is used in order to guarantee a good balanced panel. The cross ply gives the panel dimensional stability and great resistance. Its mechanical property is the same in all directions.
It’s a light product and easy to use, even outside depending of the type glue used.