MDF (medium-density fiberboard) is economical and durable, making it ideal for many carpentry and joinery projects. MDF is the most common timber materials. It is ideal for practical projects such as shelves and lockers. However, MDF wood is also very suitable for decoration projects. The smooth surface of MDF is very suitable for painting and the router planer leaves a clear outline without chipping, burning or tearing.
MDF and jointed pine
MDF is an engineered composite composed of wood chips, wood chips, small wood chips and resin, compressed together to form a length suitable for the manufacture of baseboards and other lines of wood.
Joined pine wood is a kind of solid pine wood, in which the boards are connected together with small “fingers” intertwined with adhesives and small pieces, thus creating a clear serrated effect at the connection position. In this process, all nodes are eliminated. The high surface resistance of this timber materials MDF helps resist surface damage. The smooth surface finish makes it impeccable after sanding and painting.
Lightweight and strong enough to be installed by one person; the nails are well nailed; have a longer lifespan than MDF, which considerably reduces the need for replacement; are natural wood products with visible textures; easier to install, in knives and tools There is less abrasion on the surface, so less maintenance is required to keep the blade and knife sharp; and they will not crack when attached by edge textures such as MDF.
Uses of MDF
Walls and ceilings (seat rails, crown shapes and plate shapes): Crown shapes soften the transition from walls to ceilings and give every room charm and luxury. Panel molding is ideal for making wall frames that can be decorated with wallpaper or fabrics. The right shape is all that is needed to transform the space.
Floor (floor slab, floor shoes, floor covering): These form elements are important in order to cover the gap between the edge of the floor or carpet and the adjacent wall. Excellent baseboards and support strips enable a smooth transition from wall to floor and run seamlessly between the rooms.
Doors and windows: When entering the house, people first notice the doors and windows. Use excellent shapes and decorative elements to ensure a perfect view. Key areas (such as entrances) can lay the foundation for the overall style and decoration of the entire house.
General purpose (corner shapes, grids, sieve beads): from adding functions to the entrance to updating offices with much-needed shelves, shapes, and decorations;
Selection and use of molding materials
There are different types and densities of molded parts. Understanding the real differences and choosing the right difference for your project is key to a successful installation and a successful end result.
- Medium density fiberboard (MDF) is an advanced composite. Molded products are often primed to make spraying easier.
- There are two types of finger joint products: pine and poplar. Such technical molded parts can be produced by assembling smaller parts into a long plate. The molded part looks best after application of the fingers.
- Poplar is a material that design professionals prefer. The fresh wood grain and the strong wood tones can absorb color and stains and make it the ideal wood for every room.
- The pine gives the room special features. Grains and occasionally knotted lines can create fun and texture.
- Fir offers two different texture patterns. Mixed Grain (MG) provides patterns from coarse, wide, and flat to deep. The vertical texture (VG) has a more consistent and narrow texture pattern and the color change is small. The wood should be colored to show its natural beauty.
- The oak lines are usually made of red oak or white oak, the hardest and most durable wood. Both have excellent grain and are easy to grind, cut and edit.
- Aspen is a type of light and soft wood that is usually used to create more beautiful shapes. It has straight lines and a fine and even texture.
- Molded polyurethane materials are made of high density polyurethane and do not warp, rot or splinter. The product creates detailed samples without using wood. It is light and easy to use, the saw is like wood and it has been primed and ready to be painted.
- The preformed polystyrene form is lightweight and easy to cut with conventional saws, making installation work a one-man job. These decorative lines can be installed with architectural adhesives or facing nails and are slightly flexible, which makes them ideal for unreal walls.