High Density Fiberboardadmin2020-10-16T22:51:37+08:00
Description of High-Density Board
High-Density Fiberboard (HDF), also called Hardboard, it’s a higher dense grade of MDF (Medium-density fiberboard). It is way much more durable than other Fiberboard or cardboard. It is made from recycled wood fibers and resin, consists of 82% wood fiber, 9% urea-formaldehyde resin glue, 8% water, and 1% paraffin wax. High-density Fiberboard is a robust and stable sheet with highly uniform density. It is more durable than solid wood and stands up better to changes in humidity and heat conditions. This fiberboard material has better performs than solid wood in many applications due to its easy cutting, shaping, and cleanly drilling performance.
Pros & Cons of High-Density Board
HDF board and MDF board
The Advantage Of High-Density Fiberboard:
Disadvantage Of High-Density Fiberboard:
More durable than any other Fiberboard
More expensive than other paper cardboard
Smoothly and water-resistant.
Limit of supply in the market
Qualified for years
Heavyweight may lead to high shipping costs
Eco-friendly, 100% recycled.
Box Packing Solution Team first apply this material for box packaging in 2002. Till now, we have helped 30+ customers understand and apply this material in their rigid gift boxes.HDF material is mainly used for high standard rigid gift box manufacturing. If you need the gift box to be fancy but want them to be more durable, then the HDF board is your best choice. We accept FSC certificate cardboard material.
After laminated with printed paper, like art paper and specialty paper, it will cover the original brown color of the HDF. The rigid and heavy decorous hand feeling, then it adds significant value to your products inside the packaging. It surely will be attractive and bring an amicable and different experience to your customer! Regarding printing for HDF made box packaging, CMYK printing or Pantone color could be applied, as well as glossy and matt varnishing and lamination finish, UV varnishing, and hot foil stamping embossing or debossing.