What is the difference between mdf and plywood?
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MDF (Medium-density fiberboard) is a high grade, composite material made up of wood fibers compressed together with a synthetic resin. It is denser and smoother than plywood and is used for a variety of applications including cabinetry, furniture, shelving, speakers, and flooring underlayment.
Plywood is an engineered wood product made up of several thin layers of veneer that are pressed and glued together. Plywood is much stronger than MDF and is more commonly used in construction projects such as structural beams, walls, roofs, and decks.