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    where to find lightweight MDF

    hey guys i was wondering if u can tell me where to find that lightweight, strronger MDF... i believe its called Divinycell? its plastic based so u can bend it to.... thanx!

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    Re: where to find lightweight MDF

    No idea. What are you going to use it for?



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    Re: where to find lightweight MDF

    sub box... but i want as much lightweight stuff as possible... i have a 1" plexi panel goin in and thats a lot of weight!!! but i like the characteristics of the lighterweight stuff... and u can bend it!




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    Re: where to find lightweight MDF

    i dont think you want easily bendable wood... birch ply is a good deal lighter than MDF, but it is also twice as expensive.




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    Re: where to find lightweight MDF

    its not easily bendible... u need to heat it up in order for it to bend... but its stronger and more dense than mdf...




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    Re: where to find lightweight MDF

    i just read that divinycell is a foam core based product... anyone use MDO?




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    Re: where to find lightweight MDF

    go with birch ply...




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    Re: where to find lightweight MDF

    birch ply at 3/4" thickness?? any leads where to find some at a decent price?




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    Re: where to find lightweight MDF

    Quote Originally Posted by PaLiAcH
    birch ply at 3/4" thickness?? any leads where to find some at a decent price?
    its going to be expensive.




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    Re: where to find lightweight MDF

    im aware... ill only need one sheet...




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    Re: where to find lightweight MDF

    its ~$43 at home depot/lowes




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    Re: where to find lightweight MDF

    thanx moe! always helpful as usual!




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