pvfjr OP t1_iyb4234 wrote

Hate to tell you this, but conventional plywood is biaxial, so there's really no "wrong direction". We're also not comparing it to real lumber. The surface veneer of cabinet grade plywood is also exceedingly thin, doesn't count as one of the structural plies, and has no bearing on the grain direction of the underlying plies.

The point is, they're faking the fake stuff now.