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Sheet Material

Sheet Material

Timber Sheet Material

Timber sheet materials refer to engineered wood products made from layers or particles of wood. Common types include plywood, MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard), and particleboard. They offer versatility in construction and woodworking due to their strength and stability.

Types of sheet materials


Layers of wood veneers glued together, offering strength and durability.

MDF (Medium Density Fibreboard):

Compressed wood fibres with resin, providing a smooth surface for finishes.

Particleboard (Chipboard):

Wood particles bonded with resin, often used for furniture and cabinetry.

OSB (Oriented Strand Board):

Engineered wood panel with strands of wood in layers, suitable for structural applications.


Compressed wood fibres with steam and pressure, used for paneling and furniture.

LVL (Laminated Veneer Lumber):

Layers of veneer bonded with adhesives, forming a strong and stable structural material.

MDO (Medium Density Overlay):

Plywood with a resin-impregnated fibre overlay, enhancing surface durability.

Each type has unique characteristics, making them suitable for various applications in construction and woodworking.


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