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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.)

  • No knots or natural characteristics to worry about
  • Ideal for millwork, cabinetry, or furniture projects
  • Easy to finish with paint, varnish, laminates, or veneers
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Product Details

The versatility of Roseburg MDF offers a smooth hard surface, exceptional machining, plus clean, sharp edges for cutting and drilling applications. The panel is engineered for non-structural applications and can be used in place of sanded plywood or solid wood. Strength and machinability makes Roseburg MDF the right choice for fabrication and precision parts.
  • Applications include cabinetry, furniture, fixtures, door parts, mouldings and millwork
  • Free of knots and grain patterns
  • Meets or exceed the most stringent global emission standards
  • Made with recycled wood content
  • Accepts paint, varnish, lacquer, UV-fills, laminates, veneer and foils
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Q:As a Home Improvement contractor, I'm looking to install shelving units along three walls in a ba...
by|Sep 7, 2017
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A:  This product is sturdy but i know from experience that it will begin to bow without some support every 2 feet or so. I have some shelves i made and put an oak edging on it and they span about four feet. After a years or so they started to sag in the middle, so i would put some support every 2 feet or so if there will be any significant weight on it. My shelves have books on them so there is a bit of weight there.

by|Sep 18, 2017
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    Q:Is this material good for an underlayment for tile flooring?
    by|Aug 27, 2017
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    A:  Hi Randy - MDF is not suited for use in underlayment applications. Thank you for the question!

    by|Aug 29, 2017
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      Q:Will 3/4" MDF paneling work as well or better than 3/4" OSB as a foundation between box springs a...
      by|Aug 20, 2017
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      Q:Would this be good for subflooring in the kitchen?
      by|Jun 11, 2017
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      A:  Hi Lottie - We recommend a plywood or OSB panel for this application. Thanks for the question!

      by|Jun 13, 2017

        A:  A wooden subfloor will never be as good as a tile backerboard version for a kitchen.

        by|Jun 12, 2017
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        Fist time using MDF and it did exactly what I wanted. A bit heavy but easy to work with. Cuts cle...
        Fist time using MDF and it did exactly what I wanted. A bit heavy but easy to work with. Cuts cleanly with no splintering. Smooth surface for a great work station.
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        Response from Roseburg Response TeamMay 26, 2017
        Steve, thanks for taking the time to leave a nice review. We love hearing about customers who have terrific experiences with our products. Congratulations on the new work station! Roseburg
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