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3/8" Lauan can be formed as tight as a 3"  radius as shown at the 3 1/2" step down at the coal yard.

The bendable Lauan is actually two plys of wood and a thick center  "ply" of very flexible adhesive.  If you use an atomizer and slightly dampen both surfaces the wood will keep bending tighter.  After bending it to the desired curvature let it dry in that configuration over night b/4 gluing.

The 4 X 8 sheets are made to bend either in the width or in the length.  Commonly classed as for barrel use or column use.  I use the barrel type.

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