I was in the Depot today picking up a 11/32 drill bit and a new 40 tooth circular blade to fine tune my new Easy Smart with. It was raining, not a good time to be moving sheet materials but I decided to check out what they had anyway.
I found this nice looking 1/2 and 3/4" plywood called Sandeply. It has a similar appearance to Birch Plywood. The HD guy at the construction desk claimed it was stainable and a good material for cabinets. The finish looks better than the Birch Ply I am use to seeing. The 1/2' is 7 ply and I believe the 3/4 is 9 ply. The price is very reasonable, about what good MDF costs.
I am wondering if anyone here has used this to make cabinets with? I need a cabinets in my shop ASAP and I am wondering if this might be a suitable material?