Marine plywood is made of harder wood, such as Okoume wood from Africa, and is constructed by rotary cutting, gluing, and compressing. The other part of the wood is sawn to the same width as the finished product, allowing the wood grain to cross-laminate, increasing the strength of the board. Following cutting, the wood segments enter the peeling machine via the conveyor belt and are cut into thin slices.Trimming the two sides of the laminate is done by the peeling machine’s blades on both sides. The workers then pull apart the dry laminates to form independent laminates, which are cut to the size of the finished product, and then place the first layer of dry laminates on the bottom, followed by the second layer of glue-coated laminates, and the third layer. The dry laminates are layered on top, and the next two layers are laid in the same manner to allow for better cross-lamination. The laminated panels are then placed in a hot press and pressed into a strong plywood.Layers The boards are flattened and tightly bonded, and a thin layer of plywood is pressed on the surface for decoration before the ocean board is completed.