|Definition||:||Medium Density Fibreboard|
|Category||:||Academic & Science » Architecture & Constructions|
What does MDF mean?
Medium Density Fibreboard (MDF) is a manufactured (engineered) wood product made of small particles of wood. MDF is basically sawdust and glue fused together under high temperature and pressure. MDF is primarily used for internal use applications and has been widely used in construction, furniture-making and interior design.
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