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MDF Panel (Common: 3/4 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.; Actual: 0.750 in. x 49 in. x 97 in.)

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About This Product

The versatility of Roseburg MDF offers a smooth hard surface, exceptional machining, plus clean, sharp edges for cutting and drilling applications. The panel easily accepts many finishes including: paint, varnish, lacquer, UV-fills, laminates and foils. Roseburg MDF is a competitive workhorse representing uniformity in MDF and highly suitable for precision part manufacturing. Applications for Roseburg MDF include cabinetry, furniture, fixtures, door parts, mouldings and millwork. And all Roseburg MDF products meet or exceed the most stringent global emission standards and are made with recycled wood content.

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Product Information

Internet # 206512588

Model # 988547

Store SKU # 201566

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Specifications

Dimensions

Actual Product Length (in.)

96.000 in

Actual Product Thickness (in.)

0.75

Actual Product Width (in.)

49

Nominal Product Length (ft.)

8

Nominal Product Thickness (in.)

3/4

Nominal Product Width (ft.)

4

Details

Plywood Product Type

MDF

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

Lifetime Limited

Questions & Answers

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caret
Q:how much does this weigh?
by|Oct 8, 2017
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A:  Hi there - this panel weighs about 100 lbs. Thanks for the question!

by|May 5, 2023
    caret
    Q:What is the price at Johnson City, TN store?
    by|Jul 3, 2017
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    A:  Hi David, for this MDF Panel (Common: 3/4 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.; Actual: 0.750 in. x 49 in. x 97 in.), if ordered on Homedepot.com, will be shipped and purchased as it is displayed on Homedepot.com when localized to your area. The product price is displayed in bold underneath the name of the item on the product page. Thanks for shopping Home Depot!

    by|Jul 4, 2017
    caret
    Q:What to use to replace floor in mobile homes
    by|Nov 19, 2016
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    A:  I don't think I would go with MDF for any type of floor. It just doesn't do well around moisture, without treating it very well. If it was me, I would go with T&G OSB sheets, this is a link to the one I use: http://www.homedepot.com/p/T-G-Oriented-Strand-Board-Common-23-32-in-x-4-ft-x-8-ft-Actual-0-703-in-x-47-75-in-x-95-75-in-920924/100054132 Its better suited heavier duty, and cheaper than MDF.

    by|May 4, 2023
    caret
    Q:Can this be used for exterior trim boards ( painted) ?
    by|Nov 2, 2016
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    Customer Reviews

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    5 Star Review
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    nice ...
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    great as always
    standard MDF, what can you say? easy to work with.
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    Not up to normal s andards
    I have used a lot of MDF for table projects and jigs in my workshop. The latest I purchased at Home Depot is much lower quality than what they have sold in the past. It does not cut as cleanly and easily splits if you try to join pieces with screws. (I have even tried oversized pilot holes and it still splits.) It really us not usable for many applications.
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    It is what it is... Good Quality MDF
    Keep in mind this is NOT cabinet plywood... It is a good quality MDF. I have made many speaker boxes from this product all with stellar results. I should be carpeted or painted, will not stain well. It can be veneered easily to give a finished look if staining is required for cabinet work. Very easy to glue and fasten.
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    1 found this review helpful
    JUNK
    I read other reviews before purchasing this MDF hoping that the negative reviews may have been due to a different product - but I was wrong. As a professional woodworker - this shouldn't even be considered LDF! The face is smooth, but table saw cuts and routing result in fuzzy edges. Sanding cut edges actually ball up the core which never becomes tight and results in a terrible surface to finish. I purchased three sheets of this "MDF" for a small project - it was the worst material I have ever used in my career. For convenience I thought I would give it a try, the price wasn't great, even if it was half the price - you're still paying half the price for a full sheet of CR*P.
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