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11 Dec
2018

Orange Coast College Students Sculpting the Future with Precision Board

The students at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, California, are creating sculptures using Precision Board High-Density Urethane.  It’s all part of Leland Means’ sculpture class.  He’s exposing the kids to materials they may use in the professional world and empowering them to expand their skill sets.  Coastal Enterprises provides Precision Board to universities around..

30 Nov
2018

UCSD Human-Powered Sub Competes Internationally

  • November 30, 2018
  • Tai Freligh
  • 25 views

We previously showed you how a team of engineering students from UCSD designed and fabricated a unique human-powered submarine as part of their classroom learning experience. Instead of using a rotary propeller, they took a cue from marine life and designed a dolphin fin propeller.  The students then competed at the European International Submarine Races in..

20 Nov
2018
x-edge

Using X-Edge Router Bits to Maximize your CNC Machine

Do you want to maximize the capabilities of your CNC Router without breaking the bank?  According to X-Edge Tools, as technology has advanced, CNCs have become faster and more efficient but router bits haven’t changed much.  Instead of simply following the old chip load calculator and calling it a day, X-Edge Tools decided to design, test,..

14 Nov
2018
glued

The Secret to Creating a Neat Glued Joint on Precision Board

Coastal Enterprises, manufacturers of Precision Board HDU, is proud to announce a series of guest blogs written by Dan Sawatzky of Imagination Corporation, which are posted on the Precision Board Blog each month. This month Dan Sawatzky lets us in on a little secret of his when it comes to gluing Precision Board HDU- when he..

24 Oct
2018
Sign Invitational

Get a Sneak Peek at Sawatzky’s 2019 Sign Invitational Entry

Coastal Enterprises, manufacturers of Precision Board HDU, is proud to announce a series of guest blogs written by Dan Sawatzky of Imagination Corporation, which will be posted on the Precision Board Blog each month. This month Dan Sawatzky tells us why he has already started building not only his entry for the 2019 Sign Invitational, held..

18 Oct
2018

Welcome to the new PrecisionBoard.com!

The PrecisionBoard.com Website Has Been Redesigned! New landing pages for Signage & Tooling Applications. “We know that time is money,” said Chuck Miller, President of Coastal Enterprises, “so we simplified the home page with buttons for the most popular Precision Board HDU applications- tooling and signage.”  He added, “now you can quickly access resources and..

10 Oct
2018

UCSD Human-Powered Submarine Mold-Making

  • October 10, 2018
  • Tai Freligh
  • 162 views

A team of engineering students from the University of California – San Diego (UCSD) designed and fabricated a unique human-powered submarine as part of their classroom learning experience.  Instead of using a rotary propeller, they took a cue from marine life and designed a dolphin fin propeller.  The students created fiberglass female molds out of..

04 Oct
2018

TBT: A 30″ x 240′ Replica of the Hong Kong Skyline

Throwback Blog to January of 2015 and this very cool replica of the Hong Kong skyline created out of Precision Board HDU and coated with LuminOre, a sprayable metal coating. Wolfpack Sign Group in Vista, CA is working on a very exciting project for a cultural center located in Hong Kong.  Once complete, it will be..

25 Sep
2018
curved shapes

Building Curved Shapes with Precision Board HDU

Coastal Enterprises, manufacturers of Precision Board HDU, is proud to announce a series of guest blogs written by Dan Sawatzky of Imagination Corporation, which will be posted on the Precision Board Blog each month. In this month’s entry, Dan Sawatzky talks about how to get curved shapes out of Precision Board HDU PBLT-30 for their Hazelnut..