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foam core

The rigid foam material that is used in sandwich panel construction.
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To create a fabric covered board, cut foamcore board to proper measurement.
JSP's Foamcore technology allows for simpler designs, higher strength-to-weight ratios, and lower part weights, all while using existing tooling (with minor modifications).
Reyna crafted an improvised dropped ceiling from warped white foamcore that was cantilevered from the gallery walls at approximately six feet above the dirty concrete floor, effectively transforming the space into an uncomfortably low, dark hideout.
They then simulated the look of speckled ceramic tile by stippling watercolor paint on each of the sixty foamcore tiles that they had primed with gesso.
The chief material used in the collages is foamcore, a strange choice given the nature of Rothschild's imagery; foamcore's stiffness runs contrary to the sinuousness (and sensuality) of her forms.
One successful competitor is Alchem, a family-owned Anchorage business that has manufactured foamcore panels for the past 20 years.
Virtually any non-metallic material can be cut digitally, including plastic, rubber, PTFE, felt, sponge, foamcore, Poron(TM), signboard, gasketing material, and specialty composites.
It is a word-processing document mounted on foamcore, tracing Malone's changes to the English version of a famous text, dokumentacja (documentation), written in September 1971 by Wieslaw Borowski and Andrzej Turowski.
For example, he made Knoll office furniture out of phone books and duct tape or recreated Le Corbusier's 1952 Unite d'Habitation using only foamcore and a glue gun.
Since the structure of the box was constructed from foamcore, instruction in measuring, cutting and safety precautions was presented.
Then the "stone" was glued to large panels of foamcore board to create castle walls.
In addition to the release of MediaMAX, Tangent has developed The Foamcore Kit, a throughput system for super-wide documents, which facilitates an easy to use and consistent delivery of rigid documents with precise image capture control, while protecting the original document from bending.