MDF is created by compressing wood fibers at high pressure and temperature, with the addition of organic binding and hardening agents. High quality, wide practical applications, uniform composition, and density are ideal characteristics for machine processing. It enables the creation of various profiles and serves as a substitute for natural wood, without the structural imperfections commonly found in wood, such as knots and cracks. MDF is easy to work with, allowing drilling and milling. It possesses a uniform, smooth surface, making it suitable for a wide range of finishes and veneers. Raw MDF boards are intended for use in dry conditions and are employed in furniture manufacturing, interior finishing elements, wall panels, coffered ceilings, molding, and carpentry.
MDF boards can be veneered with any veneers available in the market.