ORIENTED STRAND BOARD
OSB plywood is a panel made of thin strips of wood that are crimped together with adhesive.
OSB stands for "oriented strand board".
OSB belongs to the "structural panel" category of the Japanese Agricultural Standards (JAS).
When used as the base of a house, high wall magnification can be secured by changing the type and spacing of nails.
The surface is made up of scraped and thinned wood that is randomly hardened and compressed, giving it a glossy but bumpy surface.
OSB is used for roofing and wall claddings of houses.
In recent years, OSB is increasingly being used for wall surfaces and interior decoration, taking advantage of its unique texture.