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 Post subject: P-Tex?
PostPosted: Thu Jun 26, 2003 1:36 pm 
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P-tex is highweight extruded polyethylen, used to make snowboard and
sky bases...
I'ts very difficult to work (requires flaming)and it's also very hard
to find it....
Try to use formica instead.....mutch more cheaper and easy to buy...


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How do you work with the formica? Can you glue it on the deck with epoxy? Can you bend it around the rails? And also important: Can you paint it?

Jan


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Where from can I get either in Canada?...

I am seriously thinking of manufacturing myself Nomex-type honeycomb for the purpose of board building here.


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PostPosted: Fri May 05, 2006 4:34 pm 
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try durasurf

ready to bond on one side aswell so no fuckin about nessasary

http://www.durasurf.com/


hope this helps

tough ass stuff aswell


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