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3/4 inch plywood takes 48 sheets to make a unit.

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Q: How many sheets of plywood make a unit?

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Anywhere from 60 or 66. Depends on the mill it came from

Plywood is made up of many different layers. These individual layers are called "piles" or "veneers".

That depends on the thickness of the plywood. If it's 3/4 then anywhere from 46 to 52 depending on the manufacture. Generally 48, again different thicknesses have a different count in the unit.

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