1/8" (3mm) Hardboard Sheets - 24"x46"

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1/8" (3mm) Hardboard Sheets - 24"x46"

$6.99 ea.

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1/8" (3mm) Hardboard Sheets - 24"x46"

Full 4'x8' sheets are stocked for local pick up at any of our stores

Here's a great option for use in laser engravings, project templates, drawer bottoms, cabinet backs and craft projects. Hardboard is good, sturdy stuff and slightly tougher than MDF. At the same time, it's quick to shape and cut which makes it great for a lot of utility projects. 


You might know it by other names like Masonite or high-density fiberboard (HDF). 

Details
Core Type MDF Core
Thickness ≈1/8" (3mm actual)
Width 24"
Length 46"
Quantity 8 square feet in 1 piece
Formaldehyde CARB2 Certified / EPA TSCA Title VI Compliant
Approximated, length or width may vary +/- 1/8"
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