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I needed 4 quick 8ft shelf boards and a quick trip to HD yielded pre-painted woodstalk with a bull nose edge for about 8 dollars each. It was quicker and cheaper and easier than bringing home a 4x8 sheet of 3/4 birch plywood, ripping it, routing a bullnose, a little sanding, 1 coat of primer, 1 top coat, and clean up the shop.

Yes it is very light. But in reading all of the posts no one has addressed if this stuff has any real strength like plywood. I don't think so. I am supporting it on shelf brackets on 2ft centers and its ok but I don't see myself using it for anything else.

Maybe I am just set in my ways. I used a little of MDF for a router table and would not use it again. I am obsessive about dust collection and the MDF won.
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