MDF

  • Various Thickness Plain Mdf For Furniture

    Various Thickness Plain Mdf For Furniture

    MDF, short for medium density fiberboard, is a widely used engineered wood product popular for a variety of applications including furniture, cabinetry and construction. It is made by compressing wood fibers and resin under high pressure and temperature to form a dense, smooth and uniformly dense board. One of the main advantages of MDF is its exceptional versatility. It can be easily cut, shaped and machined to create intricate designs and details. This makes it the first choice for furniture makers and carpenters on projects that require precision and flexibility. MDF also has excellent screw-holding capabilities, allowing for safe and durable joints when assembling furniture or cabinets. Durability is another distinguishing feature of MDF. Unlike solid wood, its density and strength make it resistant to warping, cracking, and swelling.

  • Various Thickness Plain Mdf For Furniture

    Various Thickness Plain Mdf For Furniture

    MDF is known as Medium Density Fiberboard, also called is fiberboard. MDF is wood fiber or other plant fiber as raw material, through the fiber equipment, applying synthetic resins, in the heating and pressure conditions, pressed into the board. According to its density can be divided into high density fiberboard, medium density fiberboard and low density fiberboard. The density of MDF fiberboard ranges from 650Kg/m³ – 800Kg/m³ . With good properties, such as, acid& alkali resistant, heat resistant, easy fabricability, anti-static, easy cleaning, long-lasting and no seasonal effect.