HMR

HMR, HDF, and MDF – Most Common Wood Material use in Woodworking industry

In the ever-evolving landscape of construction and woodworking, High Moisture Resistance (HMR), High-Density Fiberboard (HDF), and Medium-Density Fiberboard (MDF) have emerged as key players. This article aims to guide you through the intricacies of these engineered wood products, helping you make an informed decision for your next project. Criteria High Moisture Resistance (HMR) High-Density Fiberboard…

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HDF vs MDF

When it comes to engineered wood products, High-Density Fiberboard (HDF) and Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) are two prevalent options for woodworking and construction projects. In this blog post, we’ll explore the distinctions between HDF and MDF, helping you make an informed decision when choosing the right material for your next projects. HDF (High-Density Fiberboard) Crafted…

HDF vs HDMR vs MDF

HDF vs MDF vs HDMR: How should you choose for your next project

Criteria HDMR (High-Density Moisture-Resistant) HDF (High-Density Fiberboard) MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) Moisture Resistance Excellent Susceptible; may swell or warp Susceptible; may swell or warp Density High(>800kg/m3) High(up to 900kg/m3) Medium(680kg/m3 – 730kg/m3) Ideal Applications Humid environments Precision applications, furniture Indoor projects, furniture, molding Weight Similar to HDF Heavier than MDF Lighter Surface Finish Smooth; suitable…

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MDF vs HDMR

HDMR (High-Density Moisture-Resistant) MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) Moisture Resistance Excellent Susceptible; Easy to swell or warp in wet environment Density High (>800kg/m3) Medium (680kg/m3 – 730kg/m3) Ideal Applications Humid environments Indoor projects, furniture, molding Weight Heavier Lighter Surface Finish Smooth; ideal for painting, veneering Smooth; ideal for painting, veneering Versatility Versatile Highly versatile; easy to…