Doorskins are moulded panels, they are made starting with a flat HDF or MDF doorskin that is conditioned with resin,  pre-heating, and then pressing the flat sheet between a pair of heated plates in order to transform its shape.

The press continuously closes to achieve the molded skin, with the rate of pressing affects the hardness of the final doorskin and achieved the pattern desired. Finished veneer doorskins can simulate traditional solid wood doors with paneling and carvings with a fraction of the cost.

Working properties

The doorskins are often used with core panels such as Tubular particleboard along with foam to give the door strength and stability.