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Standard MDF

Standard MDF is constructed consistently throughout the panel which makes it easy to cut, machine or route, simultaneously reducing the burden on your tools. This makes it perfect for furniture making and other creative applications. In addition, its smooth surface allows for a range of options with regards to lamination, veneering, bonding and painting. Standard MDF is suitable for general, non-structural purposes in dry conditions. There is a full range of thicknesses available from 2mm to 50mm and at varying board sizes.

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MDF, or Medium-Density Fibreboard, is a versatile and widely used material in the construction and design industries. It is renowned for its durability, stability, and smooth finish, making it an ideal choice for a myriad of applications. At Cutsmart, we take pride in offering the finest Standard MDF boards available in the market, carefully curated to meet the demands of professionals in the trade and DIY enthusiasts alike.

The MDF sheets we provide come in a range of sizes to cater to various project requirements. Whether you need large sheets for extensive coverage or smaller ones for precise applications, we have you covered. You can find detailed information about MDF sheet sizes on our website to make an informed decision for your project.

When it comes to thickness options, we offer a diverse selection of Standard MDF boards to suit your specific needs. From thinner boards that are perfect for intricate work to thicker ones for added sturdiness and support, you can choose the exact thickness that fits your project's requirements.

What sets us apart is our dedication to offering customised solutions. We understand that every project is unique, and sometimes standard sizes may not suffice. That's why we offer bespoke board cutting services, allowing you to get the exact dimensions you need. Whether you require non-standard MDF sheet sizes or specific board thicknesses, our skilled team can deliver precise cuts to bring your vision to life.

With Cutsmart, you not only gain access to premium Standard MDF boards but also the flexibility to tailor them according to your project's demands. Our easy-to-navigate website and efficient ordering process ensure a seamless experience, saving you time and effort.

Choose Cutsmart's Standard MDF range for unparalleled quality, reliability, and the freedom to create with precision. Explore our collection today and discover how we can elevate your kitchen and bedroom projects to new heights with our top-notch MDF solutions.

Frequently Asked Questions - MDF

What thickness does MDF come in?

MDF (Medium Density Fibreboard) is available in a variety of thicknesses. Common thicknesses include 2mm, 3mm, 4mm, 6mm, 9mm, 12mm, 15mm, 18mm, 22mm, and 25mm.

How thick is MDF in MM?

MDF is measured in millimetres (mm) when it comes to its thickness. As mentioned above, it can range from as thin as 2mm to as thick as 25mm or even more, depending on the manufacturer's offerings.

What is the thinnest MDF?

The thinnest commonly available MDF is 2mm. However, some specialty manufacturers might produce even thinner MDF for specific applications.

What is 25mm MDF used for?

25mm MDF is one of the thickest standard sizes available and is often used for applications that require a sturdy and robust board. Common uses include making countertops, shelving, desks, and other furniture pieces where strength and stability are essential. It's also used in joinery and for constructing cabinets and doors.

How thick should MDF panelling be?

The thickness of MDF panelling largely depends on its intended use and the location of installation. For wall panelling, thicknesses between 9mm and 12mm are commonly used as they provide a good balance between strength and weight. For ceiling panels or decorative purposes, thinner boards like 6mm might be sufficient. However, for areas that might experience more wear and tear, such as wainscoting or dado panels, thicker boards like 15mm or 18mm might be more appropriate.