The purpose of this B. Sc. thesis was to make a wood-based composite from wood residue called wood chips. The aim was to produce a panel with a structure similar to OSB panel. The raw material that we chose was carpentry residue: conifer' planer shavings. We pressed them into panels of 300 x 300 cm and 8 mm thick. We made two kinds of panels with three different densities (the first with bigger particles in the outer layer, and second with bigger particles in the middle layer). We then determined the density, moisture, thickness swelling, water absorption, bending strength, and delamination strength. We concluded that we were able to achieve better bending strength in panels with bigger particles in the outer layer, while the delamination strength was higher in panels with bigger particles in the middle layer.