Compressing small wood fibers, glued together with a special resin, under a huge amount of temperature and pressure, is what creates Medium Density Fiberboard or what is popularly known as MDF.
MDF is an engineered wood, it is crafted from wood fibres (small) that are glued together with special resin under high pressure and temperature.
MDF has a higher density, and is, therefore, thicker and stronger, able to hold heavy weight enhancing durability.
MDF boards are heavy and weigh more. MDF Boards are available in two options; Plain and Membrane. MDF comes at a higher cost because of their durability, versatility and strength.
Used for designing and crafting high-quality ready-made furniture like kitchen cabinets. Cabinets and their parts can be custom made according to requirements.
MDF is always available with a membrane finish. Its smoothness makes it a great base for a veneer. MDF has a smoother finish, and a sophisticated look, making it the wood of choice for crafting kitchen cabinets.
MDF has a surface that is always available with a membrane finish, which makes it an amazing base for veneer. The smooth finish also makes it a great choice for building kitchen cabinets, giving them an elegant look.
MDF is much more thicker and it is stronger too, owing to the high density of the material. This also gives it an enhanced durability.
Pre-laminated MDF comes in a range of stylish decorative designs in plain solid colours, wood grains and textured finishes and are laminated with melamine impregnated base papers under heat and pressure to give a super smooth decorative finish.