Why plywood warps?
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Plywood warps due to changes in moisture content. Plywood is made up of several layers of wood veneer, which tend to absorb and release moisture from the environment.
When moisture levels in the environment change, such as during periods of high humidity or rain, the individual layers may expand and contract at different rates, resulting in warping of the overall plywood.