OSB Board vs MDF Board vs Plywood – Isn't it all the same thing?
OSB, oriented strand board, is an engineered wood particle board that is formed by adding adhesives and then compressing the wood flakes together.
MDF, medium density fiberboard, is an engineered wood product that is created by the breaking down of wood residuals into fibres and then combining it with wax and resin to form panels.
Plywood is a sheet of manufactured material that was formed from thin layers of wood veneer that are glued together, it is an engineered wood.
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