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What are the properties of Plywood?
Flat, stable boards constant strength and thickness. Interior and exterior varieties are avaliable. Usede in Furniture and Toys
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What are the properties of Blockboard?
A very stron and stable board used in Furnature.
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What are the properties of Chipboard?
A cheap board that is difficult to join and is not very strong. Easily damaged by moisture. Edges are easily damaged and need some form of protection and used in Kitchens and decorative surfaces
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What are the properties of MDF?
A solid stable board that has a wide range of uses and can be produced economically. Easily damaged by moisture and used in Furniture, Kitchen units and FLooring
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What are the properties of Hardboard?
A cheap flat board but wiht no grain and equal strength in all directiond. Standard grade absorbs moisture eaqsily but can have oil added ti uncrease resistance to moisture and used in Cupboard backs and Bases to drawers.
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What are the properties of Blockboard?

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A very stron and stable board used in Furnature.

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What are the properties of Chipboard?

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What are the properties of MDF?

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What are the properties of Hardboard?

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