Flexible MDF Long Grain | 6mm

*Please note: Due to the nature of timber products colours may vary from those shown.
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Description

Flexible MDF Cross Grain & Long Grain

Flexible MDF Sheets Long Grain | 6mm

This high quality Flexible MDF Board is an extremely versatile product that can be used for covering surfaces that have difficult curves and shapes that is impossible to achieve with standard MDF. This includes wavy walls, shop fittings, pillars, arches plus bathroom and kitchen fixtures. These are ready to customise with paint and veneers to create a unique and cohesive style to your fixtures. Our Flexible MDF is FSC Certified, making it a responsibly sourced and manufactured material and we can cut these sheets to any size you require.

This particular style of MDF features a long grain design, meaning that the grain pattern goes lengthways along the sheet and the long edge of the sheet bends to join with the long edge. We also supply Flexible MDF in a cross grain format and in a thickness of 6mm and a range of sizes.

Thickness: 6mm

Standard Sheet Sizes:

2400mm – 2440mm x 1200mm – 1220mm (8ft x 4ft)
1200mm – 1220mm x 1200mm – 1220mm (4ft x 4ft)
1200mm – 1220mm x 595mm – 610mm (4ft x 2ft)
595mm – 610mm x 595mm – 610mm (2ft x 2ft)
595mm – 610mm x 295mm – 310mm (2ft x 1ft)

Additional information

Weight N/A
Dimensions N/A
Sheet Size

2ft x 1ft, 2ft x 2ft, 4ft x 4ft, 4ft x 2ft, 8ft x 4ft

Sheet Thickness

6mm

Sheet Type

Flexible MDF

Sheet Grain

Long Grain

It is often used for school projects because of its flexibility. Another place it is used is in the shopfitting industry. Flexible MDF is usually used for indoor applications because of its poor moisture resistance.

MDF is generally cheaper than plywood and the surface of the MDF is much smoother, so it’s easier to paint plus you won’t get any splinters.

The difference between long and cross-grain is the direction that the board bends. long-grain is vertical and cross-grain is horizontal.

Flexible MDF Long Grain | 6mm

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This product is available to collect at our Thurrock branch

SKU: FLXMDFLG6MM

Please contact us on 020 8617 8979 if you require our custom cutting service. 

*Please note: Due to the nature of timber products colours may vary from those shown.

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Description

Flexible MDF Cross Grain & Long Grain

Flexible MDF Sheets Long Grain | 6mm

This high quality Flexible MDF Board is an extremely versatile product that can be used for covering surfaces that have difficult curves and shapes that is impossible to achieve with standard MDF. This includes wavy walls, shop fittings, pillars, arches plus bathroom and kitchen fixtures. These are ready to customise with paint and veneers to create a unique and cohesive style to your fixtures. Our Flexible MDF is FSC Certified, making it a responsibly sourced and manufactured material and we can cut these sheets to any size you require.

This particular style of MDF features a long grain design, meaning that the grain pattern goes lengthways along the sheet and the long edge of the sheet bends to join with the long edge. We also supply Flexible MDF in a cross grain format and in a thickness of 6mm and a range of sizes.

Thickness: 6mm

Standard Sheet Sizes:

2400mm – 2440mm x 1200mm – 1220mm (8ft x 4ft)
1200mm – 1220mm x 1200mm – 1220mm (4ft x 4ft)
1200mm – 1220mm x 595mm – 610mm (4ft x 2ft)
595mm – 610mm x 595mm – 610mm (2ft x 2ft)
595mm – 610mm x 295mm – 310mm (2ft x 1ft)

Additional information

Weight N/A
Dimensions N/A
Sheet Size

2ft x 1ft, 2ft x 2ft, 4ft x 4ft, 4ft x 2ft, 8ft x 4ft

Sheet Thickness

6mm

Sheet Type

Flexible MDF

Sheet Grain

Long Grain

It is often used for school projects because of its flexibility. Another place it is used is in the shopfitting industry. Flexible MDF is usually used for indoor applications because of its poor moisture resistance.

MDF is generally cheaper than plywood and the surface of the MDF is much smoother, so it’s easier to paint plus you won’t get any splinters.

The difference between long and cross-grain is the direction that the board bends. long-grain is vertical and cross-grain is horizontal.

Delivery Cost / For 1 Item

Flexible MDF Long Grain | 6mm

Estimated delivery on 24 - 28 November, 2022
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Delivery

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Collect at our Thurrock branch

SKU: FLXMDFLG6MM
*Please note: Due to the nature of timber products colours may vary from those shown.

Flexible MDF Long Grain | 6mm

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Clear
Select Quantity
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Description

Flexible MDF Cross Grain & Long Grain

Flexible MDF Sheets Long Grain | 6mm

This high quality Flexible MDF Board is an extremely versatile product that can be used for covering surfaces that have difficult curves and shapes that is impossible to achieve with standard MDF. This includes wavy walls, shop fittings, pillars, arches plus bathroom and kitchen fixtures. These are ready to customise with paint and veneers to create a unique and cohesive style to your fixtures. Our Flexible MDF is FSC Certified, making it a responsibly sourced and manufactured material and we can cut these sheets to any size you require.

This particular style of MDF features a long grain design, meaning that the grain pattern goes lengthways along the sheet and the long edge of the sheet bends to join with the long edge. We also supply Flexible MDF in a cross grain format and in a thickness of 6mm and a range of sizes.

Thickness: 6mm

Standard Sheet Sizes:

2400mm – 2440mm x 1200mm – 1220mm (8ft x 4ft)
1200mm – 1220mm x 1200mm – 1220mm (4ft x 4ft)
1200mm – 1220mm x 595mm – 610mm (4ft x 2ft)
595mm – 610mm x 595mm – 610mm (2ft x 2ft)
595mm – 610mm x 295mm – 310mm (2ft x 1ft)

Additional information

Weight N/A
Dimensions N/A
Sheet Size

2ft x 1ft, 2ft x 2ft, 4ft x 4ft, 4ft x 2ft, 8ft x 4ft

Sheet Thickness

6mm

Sheet Type

Flexible MDF

Sheet Grain

Long Grain

It is often used for school projects because of its flexibility. Another place it is used is in the shopfitting industry. Flexible MDF is usually used for indoor applications because of its poor moisture resistance.

MDF is generally cheaper than plywood and the surface of the MDF is much smoother, so it’s easier to paint plus you won’t get any splinters.

The difference between long and cross-grain is the direction that the board bends. long-grain is vertical and cross-grain is horizontal.