When I saw that foam I immediately thought of insulation/sound-proofing tiles. Then in work today some builders starting working on the office on the next floor. I passed some chalk board on the stairs and noticed that they had insulting foam stuck to them. It was about 1in thick and pretty smooth stuff. It was easy to carve into it (I did it with my finger nail) and maintains the cuts etc. Similar to the foam florists used to use years again but a lot more dense and stable. I think it could work for you so it might be worth checking out a builders suppliers to see what they have. Anyway, here's a photo of what I'm talking about.
vw8243 wrote:Hi Lads
Dose anyone know were to get this type of stuff .two names for it ?styrodur, and extruded polystyrene, in cork preferably. TIA
Its called blue modelling foam, vibes and scribes on bridge street used to stock it. I used it quite a bit for making one to one prototypes back in the day when i was studying design in Cardiff. Its expensive stuff.
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