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    Re:Foam for carving

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    Re:Foam for carving

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    Re:Foam for carving

    Dave, Is there a site for "the fiberglass shop"?

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    Re:Foam for carving

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    Dave, Is there a site for "the fiberglass shop"?

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    Don't know about the place Dave is talking about, but I ordered some foam from http://www.fiberglast.com/
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    Re:Foam for carving

    The fiberglass shop I am referring to is a local supply house here in St. Petersburg, Florida. I will look up the proper name and get it to you.

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    Re:Foam for carving

    Everyone;

    Thanks very much for the info. I will be off to Home Depot to try that first and then of to a boat shop, (not very abundant in Alberta..... ;D but I am sure I can find something). I might be able to find something at the fiberglass shop I go to for my resin and cloth as well.

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    Re:Foam for carving

    DON,I'm lucky,i have a supplier that stocks urethane in 4x8 by
    two foot thick blocks in 2 pound density,48 hours notice and they slice a 4x8 sheet to whatever thickness you want.you can also get isosuranate foam from insulation suppliers or large roofong supply houses,sometimes roofing supply houses will have unfaced urethane sheets in one two or three inch thick sheets.
    MIKE

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