What Is The Splint

Splints, also called plywood, are commonly known as thin core boards. It is made of three or more layers of one millimeter or one millimeter thick sheet or thin sheet. It is the most commonly used material for hand making furniture at present. Plywood is a sheet of three or more than three layers of wood, which is cut into a single board or wood square planer and cut into thin wood, and then glued with adhesive. It is usually made of odd numbered veneers, and the fiber direction of the adjacent layers is arranged vertically to each other. So there are three, five, seven and other odd layers of plywood. In the railway track also used a metal splint, commonly known as the tail plate, also called the channel splints.