WHAT INSTAGRAM'S DOING WITH PLYWOOD.

Posted by Hayley Grimshaw on May 22, 2018 3:00:00 PM

Highlighting three of Instagram’s finest fabricators of plywood furniture and joinery, we want to show you what can be done with premium high- quality grade plywood from MAXI Plywood.

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Topics: Design Inspiration

REINVENT WITH MAXI EDGE!

Posted by Hayley Grimshaw on May 10, 2018 10:29:26 AM

MAXI EDGE Veneer Panels- the beauty of natural timber aligned with a range of striking geometric patterns to create stunning appeal and effect throughout your projects.

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Topics: Design Inspiration, MAXI Edge

IS PLYWOOD ALWAYS PLYWOOD?

Posted by Hayley Grimshaw on May 1, 2018 1:56:41 PM

Nearly ready to unveil! - MAXIPLYWOOD has some exciting new products about to launch; that have never been seen in Australia before!

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Topics: Design Inspiration, OSMO Oil

ITALIAN POPLAR BLOCKBOARD- WHAT'S SO GOOD ABOUT IT?

Posted by Hayley Grimshaw on Apr 19, 2018 4:14:41 PM

The Italian Poplar Blockboard is a very popular alternative to MDF or particleboard choices. With

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Topics: Blockboard, Poplar Plywood, Sustainable Timber

OSMO OIL – WHY WE BELIEVE IN IT FOR OUR PLYWOOD FINISHING.

Posted by Hayley Grimshaw on Mar 16, 2018 3:24:31 PM

All Timber Panel products including Plywood need to be finished with some sort of protective coating to ensure long-term life is achieved and we believe in the OSMO Oil System from Germany. This is made with natural oils and waxes: Sunflower Oil, Carnauba and Candelilla Waxes, Linseed, Soya and Thistle Oils. The oil penetrates into the wood surface protecting the wood from deep within. The waxes form an elastic, micro porous surface which protects the wood from moisture and abrasion. This makes any timber panel coated with OSMO Oil well protected and very durable. Due to the natural ingredients used to manufacture OSMO Oil, the quality of finish is also very natural to the feel of the hand and when the Matt finish is used such as the Polyx #3062 the look also is very natural. This is a great feature for the many people who want to retain the natural look and feel of raw timber but also acknowledge that timber does need a coating to be protected, even when used indoors.

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Topics: Birch Plywood, OSMO Oil

MAXI BIRCH IN A DYNAMIC ROOFLINE AT DENDY PARK SOCCER PAVILION! 

Posted by Hayley Grimshaw on Feb 19, 2018 1:18:16 PM

The Dendy Park Soccer Pavilion situated in Brighton is an awe- inspiring place to promote participation in sports across all ages and genders. Whilst the oval allows the children to play the games they love; the Pavilion enhances the ability for those children to play, giving them the state-of-the-art Kiosk and Storage areas, change rooms, umpire stands and much more. Not only does the pavilion help the children, but also the parents who have a place to sit and enjoy watching their kids play a game of Cricket or Soccer.

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Topics: Design Inspiration, Birch Plywood

OUR PLYWOOD IN THE NEW MELBOURNE UNI INTERIOR UPGRADE 

Posted by Hayley Grimshaw on Jan 19, 2018 12:45:53 PM

MAXI Plywood has been privileged enough to supply the new Melbourne University Accommodation Building with plywood for its new interior upgrade.

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Topics: Design Inspiration, Birch Plywood

MAXI PLYWOOD IS NOW FSC CERTIFIED!

Posted by Hayley Grimshaw on Jan 10, 2018 2:02:52 PM

Welcome to 2018 everyone!

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Topics: Architectural Plywood, Birch Plywood, Koskisen Plywood, Hoop Pine Plywood, Sustainable Timber

35MM THICK POPLAR BLOCKBOARD PANELS NOW AVAILABLE

Posted by Nathan Sangster on Dec 15, 2017 2:25:48 PM

MAXI Plywood is now stocking 35mm thick European Poplar Blockbaord panels along with our 18mm and 25mm thickness options.

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Topics: Blockboard, Acoustic Panels, Natural Timber Veneer panels

WHY HARD WAX OIL IS THE RIGHT CHOICE FOR TIMBER FINISHING

Posted by Nathan Sangster on Dec 8, 2017 4:05:58 PM

Hard Wax Oil such as the OSMO range of product offers significant advantages over other systems such as Lacquer and Water-based Finishing systems, Traditional Oil based systems and Powder-coated systems.

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Topics: Architectural Plywood