John Murphy wrote:I use EPS foam from time to time. For a clear hardshell coating I use "Surfboard Resin", with good results.
So far I just brush it on, but I plan to try it in my "Critter" sprayer at some point.
I purchase it from Plastic World in Toronto.
Not sure if that's any help with this thread.
dwilli9013 wrote:Looks awesome John. As soon as my machine is back up foam is the first job I want to run. (putting the new 8020 bed on my Machine)
Love the look of the finish.
Olle wrote:Interesting. I have been thinking about making a sign using different colors of the thinner foam board you can buy in crafts stores. Cut the letters in one color and then glue them to a board of a different color. Or maybe even glue them together first and cut through the top sheet. Not sure what would happen with the adhesive though, high rpm router bits tend to make a mess in softer materials.
Olle wrote:By the way: What kind of glue did you use and how long did you let it dry? I was thinking spray adhesive (like the Elmer's variety you can buy at Wally World), but it's kinda ooey gooey so I don't know if that's the best option.
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