Internet #202089057

Model #767046

Store SKU #767046

3/4 in. x 12 in. x 8 ft. Raw Ripped Shelving MDF Board

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Product Overview

MDF has many advantages over plank wood, particleboard, or high density fiberboard. It's very smooth because the wood fibers used in its manufacture are uniform and fine. This makes it have low tear out, which means that when sawed, the end has a smooth cut instead of a jagged edge. This also means that a coat of primer and a couple of coats of paint take well, leaving an attractive, finished surface unlike other composite wood products.
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  • It can be nailed, glued, screwed, or stapled, making it as versatile as plank wood
  • Medium density fiberboard, or MDF, is a composite wood product similar to particleboard, it's made out of wood waster fibers glued together with resin heat, and pressure, MDF is appropriate for many applications, from cabinetry to moulding to shelving
  • Builders value MDF because it can be nailed, glued, screwed, stapled, or attached with dowels, the wood fibers used in its manufacture are uniform and fine, which makes it very smooth it does not warp or split, and does not expand and contract like nature
  • Oil-base or latex paints can be used when finishing MDF boards
  • Paintable
  • Kiln dried
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Specifications

Dimensions

Actual Product Length (in.)
96.00
Actual Product Thickness (in.)
.75
Actual Product Width (in.)
12
Nominal Product Length (ft.)
8
Nominal Product Thickness (in.)
3/4
Nominal Product Width (ft.)
1

Details

Engineered Wood Type
Particle Board/MDF
Plywood Features
None
Span Rating
Not Applicable
Weather Exposure
Interior

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
N/A

Questions & Answers

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Does this come in a 10' or 12' board?

Asked by doug July 28, 2020
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IS the MDF ld, md, or hd?

Asked by BRITT November 25, 2019
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High quality MDF -- the top and bottom surfaces (1/8") seem receive an additional pressure process making them "tempered" like tempered "Masonite"

How much does each piece weigh?

Asked by Kelly September 12, 2019
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The 12 inch x 72 inch was approximately 25 pounds

What is the weight load for storage

Asked by Terri March 10, 2018
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It would depend on the support spacing

What size are these boards?

Asked by MM December 26, 2015
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The one I purchased was 12 inch by 72 inch. There may have been different sizes.

can it be cut to 5ft in the store?

Asked by JeanPaul August 20, 2014
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It is my experience from past purchases that you get one cut for free and pay for additional cuts.

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This is great for shelving. It's smooth so that the primer and paint coats, even if applied with ...
This is great for shelving. It's smooth so that the primer and paint coats, even if applied with a brush, look great. Caution, it's 12 and 1/8" wide, not 12", so account for that in your plans. I found half of the pieces were identical on both sides. The other half, I could tell that one side was slightly smoother than the other, so I used it for the top of the shelf.
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Great for making my shoe rack...
Great for making my shoe rack
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Making shelves in garage and this grade which is more...
Making shelves in garage and this grade which is more attractive works great and cost less than commercial grade.
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The raw ripped shelving board was perfect & the project...
The raw ripped shelving board was perfect & the project turned out great!
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In mid-August I purchased 10 of these 1'X8' X 3/4" MDF boards to make shelving units. I first primed 5 of them identically and afterward, noticed that 3 were smooth and 2 were rougher over the entire face of the board, so I had to prime a couple more for substitutes. None of the boards had not been sanded, so that could not account for the difference in smoothness- it was a manufacturing issue. Also, one board had about a 1/32" dip across the fill 12" width of the board that extends approximately 3" along the length of the board. If it were a pine board instead of MDF, I would think it is a shallow dip made by the planer, however, not sure that makes sense for MDF. Ultimately, I expect the shelving to turn out OK. However, my advice is to look closely at the MDF boards as you pick them out to make sure you are getting the consistent quality needed. Otherwie, you will be spending more time on your project than planned and may need to purchase "spares." .
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worked for project I was working on....
worked for project I was working on.
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Made a shelf system for my closet out of a...
Made a shelf system for my closet out of a few of these. Stronger than expected and looks great!
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