Unit 2

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  • Created on: 16-05-10 12:24

MDF - Mainly made from wood waste. Sometimes manufactured from especially grown softwoods (environmental issue). Chips are heated to produce wood pulp which is mixed with synthetic resins that are designed to bond fibres of the wood together, then heated & put under pressure to produce a sheet material that is uniform in thickness with a fine textured finish.Can be laminated to improve strength. No grain so no

Chipboard - Wood particles are glued together under heat…


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