Fibreboard, in all its densities, is made from wood fibres. Those would be little tiny pieces of hardwood or softwood. Mix these with some resin and wax, then heat it up and press it together, and you get fibreboard.
Fibreboard, coated or veneered, used in furniture, buildings etc.
Veneered MDF provides many of the advantages of MDF with a decorative wood veneer surface layer. In modern construction, spurred by the high costs of hardwoods, manufacturers have been adopting this approach to achieve a high quality finishing wrap covering over a standard MDF board.
Material made in rigid sheets from compressed wood chips and resin.
Material made in rigid sheets from compressed wood chips and resin. Coated or veneered, used in furniture, buildings etc.
Fibreboard coated with PVC, PVC/PET or PET to give glossy look. It has over 100 different colors available.
Fibreboard coated with material called Acrylic to give it a best surface quality. This material also has better scratch resistance comparing to High Gloss Panels.
SOLID WOOD PANELS
Solid Wood Panels are made mainly of beech, oak, but ash and maple are also used. Lamellas made of these broad-leaved tree species are glued together along their whole width and length, forming large panels.
Plywood is a sheet material manufactured from thin layers or plies of wood veneer that are glued together with adjacent layers having their wood grain rotated up to 90 degrees to one another.