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Old 05-12-2009, 08:36 AM
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New Sun Visor Product

Here's a new product one of my suppliers is offering called visor board for making sun visors. It is very pliable and thin with a tough coating on one side. The best part is the 10 sheets were only $13.95. Regular chipboard costs me more than that.
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Dan, did you mean to put in a link or picture? (You're getting WAY too old and forgetful.)
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do you have a link sir?
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sounded like he was trying to tell us that there was a new product out here . I am interested because i want to put sun visors in the 34 and need to make em from scratch .

This is taking the no advertising thang just a little to far ... it is neutralizing the ability to present a new product to the field.... he did not offer a free cell phone if purchased ..... common sense should prevail .

AHHHHHHHHHh but I forgot this 2009 and common sense is not a thinking process that is used anymore .

excuse me ..
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Old 05-12-2009, 12:31 PM
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Thank you for pointing out that I forgot to post the picture. It is there now.
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Can you tell us where to find it?
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The only place I've seen it so far is from my supplier, and they only sell to upholstery shops.
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Is it thinner than chipboard? Whats the measurements on the sheets?
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Chipboard comes in different thicknesses. The stuff I use for patterns is .060 thick and it's thinner than the visor board. If I had to guess, I'd say the visor board is .060 thick with a .020 or .030 thick layer bonded to it. The sheets are 18" by 44".
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