|10-25-2011 11:19 AM|
Acrylic would work, but it is heavier and forms at 350 degrees. PVC foamboard is a far better choice and forms at a much lower temperature. The price is good, I pay $28 for a sheet of foamboard, which is what your cost would be on the acrylic.
How about A&C Plastic products, and Colorado Plastic Products, both in Colorado Springs?
|10-25-2011 09:51 AM|
|Stick895||I've bent smaller acylic sheets just using a heat gun. It might be a trick on something that big but if it can be done on smaller areas, should be OK.|
|10-24-2011 09:00 PM|
acrylic panels for door?
At the upholstery supply shop this weekend, got all my vinyl, chip board, etc. They didn't have any foam board. They recommended a 4x8 black sheet of acrylic instead. They claim it will heat bend just fine and would make good door panels. $40 a sheet is what they sell it for, less 30% for the sale they're having. I haven't found anyone locally who stocks foam board and I was going to just get luan plywood, but I've got a section of cab in my 48 F1 pickup that needs a pretty good bend. Any thoughts on the acrylic sheet, or do I need to continue the hunt for foam board?