Daiken NZ Customwood MDF
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Daiken New Zealand

What nature creates, Daiken New Zealand enhances to produce what many consider the best Medium Density Fibreboard (MDF) in the world. Our predecessors pioneered the technology in the Southern Hemisphere, and we continue to refine it today.

If It’s Not Customwood®, It’s Just MDF

Our Customwood MDF is renowned for its colour, consistency and quality. These attributes make it an excellent product for applications which require consistent performance, stability and fine finish.

Across the world Customwood MDF is used in interior furniture, joinery and cabinetry, doors, walls, ceilings, flooring, staircases, shop fittings, mouldings, film sets, ceiling fans, coffins, picture frames, toys and trophies and even shoe heels.

You Choose - That’s Why It’s Called Customwood

We have always had a ‘can do’ attitude. Flexibility is part of our DNA. So when you ask for a particular panel size, thickness and density, we’ll do our best to meet your request.

Environmentally Certified

Made from plantation-grown trees, we are confident that Customwood meets the world’s most stringent environment standards. This means when you buy Customwood, you can be sure you’ve made the best choice for the environment too.

Daiken Links

Shareholders of Daiken New Zealand:

Daiken Corporation

Itochu Corporation

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Our Products Include

  • Custom Wood
  • Medium Density Fibreboard
  • Thinboard Thickboard

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Customwood FAQ's

Should I be concerned about the possible health effects caused by exposure to dust from Customwood MDF?

All dust, regardless of whether it comes from MDF, Particleboard or any other wood or non-wood based material, is potentially harmful. The International Agency for Research on C...

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