History Of Plywood
- Nov 19, 2018 -

In the 1812, the French mechanic was patented for the 1th single Board saw machine, and by 1825 the veneer saw machine could not yet be used in industrial production and has since been improved and manufactured in Hamburg, Germany. The 1th single-board planer, developed by the Frenchman Charles Picot, was patented in 1834 and has been used in industrial production for nearly 30 years. The development of plywood industry is due to the invention and application of single-board rotary cutter, there are several claims about the invention of the 1th spinning machine, the 1th rotary machine was invented in 1818; in 1819, Professor Fei sell invented the rotary cutter, which was called thin wood planer. ; others believe that the rotary machine was invented by British engineer Fei Villiers (fevilear); in 1840, John Dresser obtained a patent for the United States Rotary Cutter no.1758,1844 years Carand obtained another rotary cutter in France. In the 19th century century, Germany established its 1th single-board manufacturing plant, with most of the rotary cutters in France and Germany importing American-made rotary cutters. 1870 years later, the A.roller company in Berlin, Germany, produced a relatively simple rotary cutter. Before the First World War, the rapid development of plywood industry was prompted by the continuous progress of rotary cutting machine technology. The 1890s, the quality of plywood has been greatly improved, since then gradually opened up the market, plywood production has been relatively rapid development, the establishment of many plywood factories.

In the United States, plywood did not become an official commodity name until World War I.