Today, among all the popular materials used in furniture, doors, cabinets, and interior decoration , in addition to hardwood floors, the other most common material is MDF.
Nowadays, with the development of laser cutting technology and other CNC machines, many people from successful to enthusiasts now have another inexpensive cutting tool to accomplish their tasks.
The more choices, the more confusion.It is very difficult for people to decide what type of wood they should choose for their project and how the laser works on objects. Therefore, MimoWork wants to share as much knowledge and experience as possible for your better understanding of wood and laser cutting technology.
Today we will talk about MDF, the difference between it and solid wood, and some tips to help you get a better result of MDF wood. start!
- Decorative properties:
Typical MDF is flat, smooth, hard, surface.It is ideal to use to make panels and wood frames, crown signs, inaccessible window frames, four paintbrush, etc. , and easy to finish and save paint.
- Property Manager:
MDF can be produced from a few millimeters to ten millimeters thick, with excellent machinability: whether milling, drilling, grooving, tenoning, sanding, cutting, or engraving, the edges of the board can its devices according to any shape, to obtain. on a smooth and durable surface.
Good heat dissipation, non-aging, strong adhesive, can be made by using sound and sound-absorbing boards.Because of the good properties of MDF, it is used in in high -end furniture manufacturing, interior decoration, sound shell, musical instruments, automobiles, and interior decoration of vessels, construction, and other industries.