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MDF Panel (Common: 3/4 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.; Actual: 0.750 in. x 48 in. x 96 in.)

  • Smooth and completely defect free
  • Perfect for painting, staining, veneers with excellent results
  • No assembly required
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Temple-Inland UltraStock MDF is valued for its defect-free composition and highly uniform density that allow it to cut, rout, shape and drill cleanly, holding intricate detail with a minimum of waste and tool wear.

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  • Offers a smooth, consistent face that is completely defect free
  • High-quality, high-energy-refined fibers and consistent densities of Ultrastock select provide the ideal characteristics to cut and route cleanly
  • Smooth surface polished with a final 150 grit finish
  • Perfectly suited for paints, stains, veneers or laminates-all with excellent results
  • No assembly require
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Is this wood good for building speaker boxes?

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Birch plywood is also a good option. It is stronger and lighter than MDF, but it does cost more. Another advantage of birch is that you can just stain it and get a decent looking speaker enclosure. MDF will need carpet, or paint or vinyl, something to cover up the ugly. Having said that. MDF is the standard material for speaker enclosures of all types, not just subwoofer boxes. It is "dead" meaning it Read More
Birch plywood is also a good option. It is stronger and lighter than MDF, but it does cost more. Another advantage of birch is that you can just stain it and get a decent looking speaker enclosure. MDF will need carpet, or paint or vinyl, something to cover up the ugly. Having said that. MDF is the standard material for speaker enclosures of all types, not just subwoofer boxes. It is "dead" meaning it will not resonate. Traditional wood will expand and contract as the humidity changes. MDF is much better in that regard. It is very important that you never let it get wet.
I build all of my speaker boxes using butt joints held together with wood glue and clamps, screws do nothing but hold the box together while the box dries. When wood glue dries the bond is stronger than the wood. Read Less
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MDF is great for speaker boxes. In fact it is one of the most common materials used for building speaker boxes.
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MDF Board is one of the best materials to use for building speaker "subwoofer" boxes. How the material is manufactured actually helps sight the reverberation of the sound waves. Only problem with MDF Board is that it acts like a sponge when exposed to water and wet climates.
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I'm sure this is a good board for the application your wanting to use it for I'm actually picking some up today for the same reason but I need three 4x8x.75 board
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Do you have a cutting service for your 8ft by 4ft mdf boards?

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Do you have a cutting service for your 8ft by 4ft mdf boards?
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February 3, 2016
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I just bought 5 panels (4x8') yesterday and had each ripped lengthwise into three strips, so I ended up with 15 boards. They were so helpful and didn't charge anything, though they said sometimes they charge $0.50 after the first three cuts.
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December 13, 2015
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Most home depots will cut the wood to the size you need. My local home depot will make as many cuts as you need. I hear some home depots limit how many cuts they will make per customer.
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Depends which location you go to. I had a difficult time getting them to cut my boards because I 'asked too much of them'. They are VERY stingy on how many 'cuts' you can have per board. They call them 'project' cuts if there's more than two cuts per board. I needed three MDF 8'x4' boards cut three times (giving me four 2'x'4 boards total for each sheet) and wow... did they get testy on it. FYI They can Read More
Depends which location you go to. I had a difficult time getting them to cut my boards because I 'asked too much of them'. They are VERY stingy on how many 'cuts' you can have per board. They call them 'project' cuts if there's more than two cuts per board. I needed three MDF 8'x4' boards cut three times (giving me four 2'x'4 boards total for each sheet) and wow... did they get testy on it. FYI They can also double up the boards when they cut.
Answer: Yes
Project cuts: NO
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I had one cut yesterday. First they split it down the center to create 2 pieces 2'X8'. Then they cut the pieces to 6 1/2' lengths. Glued and screwed two 24" X 78" together. Makes a great Work Bench Top.
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Would I be able to use this for a pc desk ?

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Yes you can use this to build a desk. Id recomend 3/4 plywood for a desk though. It will just be better suited for that application and wont cost much more. Of you insist on using mdf though. I wouldnt recomend using it for the desk top though as mdf will dent and ding quite easily. It also will absorb and swell if it comes into contact with any water or water based fluid. Also mdf is fairly heavy so its Read More
Yes you can use this to build a desk. Id recomend 3/4 plywood for a desk though. It will just be better suited for that application and wont cost much more. Of you insist on using mdf though. I wouldnt recomend using it for the desk top though as mdf will dent and ding quite easily. It also will absorb and swell if it comes into contact with any water or water based fluid. Also mdf is fairly heavy so its going to make for a veru heavy desk Read Less
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No, the MDF panel would not be sturdy enough for a PC desk.
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Can this be used as sub floor

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If the room where its going into is above grade and isn't subjected to a lot of water contact, then yes.
Personally, I would use sanded plywood in around a 3/8" thickness for a better subfloor. Or if it is going to be placed in a kitchen or a bathroom, tile backerboard is always the best solution for a new subfloor.
MDF can and will degrade and swell over time whenever moisture is present in Read More
If the room where its going into is above grade and isn't subjected to a lot of water contact, then yes.
Personally, I would use sanded plywood in around a 3/8" thickness for a better subfloor. Or if it is going to be placed in a kitchen or a bathroom, tile backerboard is always the best solution for a new subfloor.
MDF can and will degrade and swell over time whenever moisture is present in it.
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Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by MDF PANEL (COMMON:3/4 IN. X 4 FT. X 8 FT This panel was a good quality and the price was fine. It turned out to be heavier than I anticipated; not sure if the product description indicates weight. I may have missed it. However, if it does not state weight of each panel, it would be helpful to know. This was for a home project of a temporary cellar door, and it was too heavy for both me and my husband to lift. On the positive side, it covered well - I used a high quality Behr paint product from your company. Very pleased overall. Mary Cottine October 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great stuff to work with Like the one reviewer mine did not leave fuzzy edges nor did it flake so not sure why others are having that issue, dull saw blades??? I used carbide blades so maybe that's what you need for clean cuts, beats me. This stuff works really well with routers gives you a clean edge with a professional look and cuts like butter. But beware DUSTY!!! the saw dust omitted by this MDF is the consistency of flower and a ton of it! Cutting on the table saw was not as duty but routing made a dust storm. I wore glasses and a mask, highly needed if routing without a vacuum like me. I did my cuts inside my garage because it was in the 20's outside and 2 days later I'm still dealing with dust even after sweeping it all up and blowing out the garage with my blower. So I learned that, since this was my first time using MDF. Also did a test to see how it handles getting wet, holds up just fine. I placed a scrap piece in a sink of water and it did nothing for an overnight test. I will be sealing with paint so I should have no issues using this in my garage. I was skeptical of moisture so it seems like it will be fine and moisture won’t be an issue. I would not use this outdoors because I'm sure it will deteriorate with day in and day out weather, MDF is an indoor material. January 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great MDF I am not sure what others others are griping about. Saying the wood leaves fuzzy corners and flakes. I use MDF from home depot quite regularly and have never had that problem. I cut it on my table saw with a diablo 60 tooth finish blade and the edges always turn out crisp and clean. I rout the edges and they turn out great. Maybe its the location these people are in. I do know that home depots products vary from one location to another. Sometimes they vary quite significantly. I have never really looked at the brand of the MDF and compared it to the brand stated online. I am in northern california myself. Most of the lumber home depot sells is of terrible quality, but the MDF they sell at my local stores mills great. FYI. When cutting mdf because you really need to be aware of the blades you are using. Weather on a table saw, circular saw, or router bits. You need to make sure they are good quality blades and router bits and that they are sharp. If you are using one of those cheap 20 dollar blades then of course you are going to get less than desirable results. Same thing with router bits. All of my saw blades at this point are freud diablo which may not be the best blades out there but they are great blades. All of my router bits are a mix of bosch, freud, and whiteside. I do not recommend bosch router bits, but whiteside and freud bits are great. If you are using those little cheap ryobi bits or off brand bits you buy online then do not expect crisp edges from them. You get what you pay for. MDF is softwood fibres that are pressed together with resins to bind it. So you need something really sharp to cut it nicely. December 13, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by DO NOT USE WITH CNC This MDF flakes very easily when used with a CNC and leaves a lot of fuzzy edges. Very disappointed in the quality for the price. March 24, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Can't beat the price to be used as workshop countertops. $30 for a huge 4'x8' workshop countertop that I put on top of folding tables? Yes please. I do all sorts of cutting and tool work on these huge slabs. Can't beat the value for a $30 countertop. If you want an even stronger top with less flex, glue two pieces together. February 13, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Seems good to me... but read my review I am no wood worker or a professional by any means, so my ratings are based solely on what I used this wood for, which was a subwoofer box. It is perfect for that. As for cutting it, it cut very nicely with a jigsaw and table saw and I found it easy to work with. I've never touched MDF before, and I am glad I wore a breathing mask when cutting it. If you've never cut this before either, please protect your lungs! October 8, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by basic building Great for basic painted shelving units with a custom look. December 10, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Poor quality ... not as advertised! Specifications section states this material is "Temple-Inland UltraStock MDF", but it's not. This is inferior product made by Del-Tin Fiber. Don't waste your money ... this has weak internal bonds that easily break and fall apart; not even close to the data sheet specs of the Temple-Inland UltraStock MD. September 6, 2014
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