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Thread: Very High Density Foam for Fine Detail Carving

  1. #11
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    Thank you! Every princess needs her castle

    Several years ago I also made a custom sign for my son (see attached) so I had to come up with a unique one for my daughter as well. My son's sign didn't have as much detail, however, it took a huge amount of finishing to get metal like chrome finish from HDU foam.


    Just remember, anything worth doing, is worth over doing.


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    Very cool! I see that going to college with him...and/or his own garage.

    -B
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    Thought you might be interested, attached are some finished / installed photos.

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    Wow - really stunning! A labor of love for sure. Thanks for posting

    -B
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    WOW!!!!!!!!!!!! And then you turned on the lights!!!!!!!!!!!! WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Great work! Chuck
    Chuck Keysor (circa 1956)
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    Really wonderful. She's got a great dad.
    I also prefer Duna on a pound for pound comparison but their distribution network is not as wide as Coastal.
    I don't think they make the heavier density either.

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