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    High Density Urethane

    Anyone have any experience with using High Density urethane sheet goods?
    It is a closed cell rigid polyurethane foam commonly known as Sign Foam or CoraFoam.
    We're looking to construct some very large slant boards for an upcoming quilt show and are looking for a lightweight option to Medex/ Medite. From what i've found it seems to be an extremely stable material, but was wondering if anyone has done an Oddy test or had any experience with it?

    Thanks
    Josh Amati

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    Site Administrator Paul Brewin's Avatar
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    There was listserve discussion on Obomodulan, a urethane board. Here are links to the product and to the discussion. I'm not familiar with Sign Foam or CoraFoam.
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    Freeman Supply carries RenShape HDU of varying densities
    http://www.freemansupply.com/RenShapeModelingan.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Brewin View Post
    There was listserve discussion on Obomodulan, a urethane board. Here are links to the product and to the discussion. I'm not familiar with Sign Foam or CoraFoam.
    No luck with the product link on my end, could you post the address?
    Thanks!

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    Here's a vendor link via the listserve discussion, and the updated one from the manufacturer here. Sorry, not clear on which product is used. If you register with the listserve and search the archives you can probably mine more info or contacts who might answer your questions.
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