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New Veneered MDF

Want to add a touch of class to your project? We've expanded our range of Veneered MDF and set up a separate category on our online shop so you can view the whole of our Veneered MDF all in one place. Veneered MDF is a great value way to show off projects where appearance is important. We've added these new veneered MDF sheets in 600mm x 400mm sheet sizes:

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Our high-quality Oak Veneered MDF is already hugely popular, and many of you have asked for more finishes.

Veneered products are more environmentally friendly than solid wood as the veneer uses more of the log and the MDF is made from compressed fibres that uses more of the tree. This means less trees are needed to produce the same amount of veneered MDF than solid wood products will require.

We've introduced two new types of veneer to our collection in 6mm:

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Black American Walnut Veneer

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Ash Veneer

Due to popular demand; we have also brought in a thicker 6mm Oak Veneer MDF as well. You can see the high quality grain in detail below:

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Oak Veneer

All of these MDF sheets have a what we call a high quality 'A' grade veneer on the topside: This is a very high quality grading (typically the best you will see). The surface of the material will be consistent in appearance with no large variations in colour. Small pin knots are allowed and these would typically be only a few mm in diameter. The B Grade Veneer underside shows the natural look of the veneer. There will be changes in colour that show the grain pattern. Sound, smooth knots are allowed and these will typically be under 15mm to 35mm in diameter.

This product conforms to E1 (low) formaldehyde levels and is often described as 'Laser Grade' MDF but there is no official classification for this. We believe that E1 conforming MDF is the safest and best MDF for using in a laser cutter.

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