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Re: It's a poor workman who blames his tools

John K Jordan

>>>You are saying that an observation of today's less than great plywood is a reflection of workmanship?

I suspect it is not the workmanship of the worker but corporate $$$ mandates. I suspect the operators in a plywood factory are more likely to be off-the-street than experienced woodworkers.

Also, perhaps too many people on the earth now all wanting plywood, old growth timber gone, squeezing more out of small and low grade logs.

JKJ

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