Pine Veneered MDF Details
Our crown-cut real wood pine veneers elegantly finish an 18mm MDF core for a polished look. The uniform pine grain veneers mimic the quality of veneered plywood at a better value.
Pine is a lightweight, inexpensive wood that ranges from yellowish to whitish with brown knots. Its rustic appeal takes paint and stains beautifully. Pine is commonly used as an affordable material for furniture building.
We bond high-quality 0.5mm pine veneers to MDF board providing a sturdy base for an attractive pine wood effect.
This smooth pine-faced MDF is ideal for veneers and machining like drilling, routing, and cutting to size or design. Our CNC machine can customize with cutouts, screw holes, and dimensions.
MDF sheets contain wood fibres, resins, and wax pressed into sheets. The wood comes from sustainable forestry byproducts, both FSC and PEFC certified.
The pure pine veneers provide a clean, decorative look that can be stained like solid wood. The rigid MDF core ensures the boards stay flat and strong.
Key Features of Pine Veneer
The 18mm MDF core makes our pine veneer a sturdy furniture board for many uses including shelves, cabinets, panelling, and more.
A cheaper alternative to solid wood, our pine veneer MDF provides the strength and aesthetics of pure wood on a budget.
The pine veneers and MDF core create durable boards that withstand wear while looking great. Easy to keep clean with wood polish.
Compressed MDF cores mean our veneered boards weigh significantly less than comparable solid pine sheets, making them easy to work with.
Our pine veneered MDF is malleable and can be cut, drilled, and shaped as needed for any project. Optional edge veneers provide a pro finish.
We offer guides for DIY installations like shelving and panelling using the versatile veneered MDF. We recommend professional help for larger and more intricate projects.
Pine Veneered MDF Applications & Uses
|Material||Wood - MDF Core & Real Pine Wood Faces|
|Finish||Pine Veneered (Unfinished Edges)|
|Maximum Sheet Size||2420mm x 1200mm|
|Minimum Sheet Size||100mm x 50mm|
|Fire Rating||Euroclass D|
|Manufacturers Tolerances||+/- 10% plus 0.4mm (e.g. 5mm cast sheet could vary from 4.1mm to 5.9mm)|
|Cutting Tolerances||+/- 1mm|
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is pine veneered MDF?
Pine veneered MDF consists of thin slices of real pine wood bonded to an MDF core. This provides the beauty of pine at a lower cost than solid pine wood.
How is the pine veneer attached to the MDF?
The pine veneer is adhered to the MDF using strong adhesives and pressure that forms a tight, durable bond between the layers.
Is the pine veneer made of real wood?
Yes, our pine veneers use real pine wood rather than laminates or plastic. The slices are cut from pine logs just 0.5mm thick.
What are the benefits of pine faced MDF?
It's versatile, affordable, lightweight, easy to work with, and achieves the pine wood look. The MDF core provides strength and stability.
What's MDF made of?
MDF contains wood fibres bound with resins and wax, made from sustainable forestry byproducts. Our MDF sheets are FSC and PEFC certified.
Can you stain and paint pine MDF?
Yes, the pine veneers take stain and paint just like real wood. This allows for lots of customization.
How do you cut and machine pine veneered MDF?
The MDF sheets are easy to cut, drill, route, and sand using normal woodworking tools. Be careful to take precautions against dust.
Can you get custom sizes or shapes?
We offer CNC cutting services to produce pine veneered MDF in custom square and disc shapes. If you require a more specific fabrication, please get in touch.
What are common uses for pine veneer?
It's commonly used for furniture, cabinets, shelving, wall panelling, mouldings, crafts, decorative accents, and more!