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MDF is medium-density fiberboard, a popular material used to mass produce furniture. Manufacturers make MDF using glue and very fine wood residue. The wood residue comes from the mill ends of dimensional lumber and logs ... More »

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The major difference between medium-density fiberboard and particleboard is that MDF is made using wood fibers whereas particleboard is made using wood dust. Both are composites made by heating and compressing wood toget... More »

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Laminated medium-density fibreboard is used to make interior doors, shelving, cabinets, wood panelling and trim. MDF is made from wood fibres bonded together with adhesives, and it is often covered in a plastic laminate ... More »

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Medium-density fiberboard, also known as MDF, is a composite material similar to particleboard that is made from wood fibers and resin. MDF is uniform, smooth and free from wood grain patterns. More »

MDF (medium density fiberboard) can be cut with a table saw, router, jigsaw or circular saw. The appropriate cutting implement depends on the type of project, the direction of the cut and the experience of the woodworker... More »

The major difference between medium-density fiberboard and particleboard is that MDF is made using wood fibers whereas particleboard is made using wood dust. Both are composites made by heating and compressing wood toget... More »

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Medium-density fiberboard is a sturdy building material made with a treated combination of wood fibers and adhesive to form a lumber-like medium used in a variety of applications. This type of fiberboard is often manufac... More »