Solid wood is undeniably beautiful, but it’s not always practical. Some applications require something more uniform, machinable, or cost-effective. In such situations, Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) can prove to be an excellent alternative. Strong, attractive, and economical, MDF offers a vast range of benefits to manufacturers of every kind.
MDF is a composite panel product made from industrial milling byproducts. These milling byproducts are dehydrated and mixed with resin or glue, then formed into panels and compressed under high heat. The resulting material is hard, smooth, and dense—ideal for a great variety of applications.