Molded door door is molded door. It uses artificial forest wood, peeled, sliced, sieved, ground into dry fiber, mixed with phenolic glue as a binder and paraffin, and molded at a high temperature and pressure. Molded door panels with a concave-convex pattern are actually high-density fiberboards with a concave-convex pattern. Therefore, the molded door also belongs to the plywood door, except that the panel of the door adopts a high density fiber molded door panel.
Molded wooden doors are favored by middle-income families because they are more affordable and safer than solid wood doors. The molded wood door is mechanically repressed by two high density fiber molded door skins with modeling and simulated wood grain. Since the door panel is hollow, the natural sound insulation effect is worse than that of the solid wood door, and it cannot be wet and bumpy.