Medium-density fibreboard, or MDF for short, belongs to the wood fibre materials. They consist of fibres about 3 to 6 mm long, which are pressed into boards by adding binders and applying high pressure and heat. Thanks to the almost homogeneous structure and the very abrasion-resistant surface, this material is ideal as a substrate for coatings of all kinds and can be processed in many ways. MDF is mainly used in furniture and interior design and is available in various colours. (cf. MATERIAL ARCHIVE, 2020)