Strucell cross linked pvcfoam china

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  1. guzzis3
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    guzzis3 Senior Member

    Thank you for your interest.

    I haven't done any work with it yet. I have been really sick this last year and haven't got anything done. I will update this thread once I have something to report.
     
  2. rob denney
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    rob denney Senior Member

    I have done tests with the Strucell and their H100 PET foam. No problem with either. I am placing a large order (vac consumables, glass and foam) into Brisbane in February, and another one in May/June. Also carbon from the US and epoxy from Aus. Both are near enough the same price as the Chinese stuff with none of the potential QC issues. If you (or anyone) want to share on either, pm me at harryproa@gmail.com

    Rob
     
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  3. Mr Efficiency
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    Sorry to hear, I hope things can get on the up for you.
     
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  4. mojounwin
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    mojounwin Junior Member

    Hey Rob,
    What do you reckon the foam will cost you once it’s landed in Australia?
    Cheers
    Mojo
     

  5. guzzis3
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    guzzis3 Senior Member

    About half as much as divininycell/corecell etc. And they score and perforate for no extra charge.
     
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