Pressed wood

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Pressed wood, also known as presswood, is any engineered wood building and furniture construction material made from wood veneers, wood shavings and particles, sawdust or wood fibers bonded together with an adhesive under heat and pressure.[1]

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  1. ^ "GuideME: Presswood and Laminated Products Industry". U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Report. Retrieved 2020-09-11.