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09 Apr

Using Precision Board PBHT to Make PPE

  • April 9, 2020
  • Tai Freligh

Did you know that our high-temp PBHT Precision Board Urethane is a fast and easy to use tooling substrate that is excellent for use when forming plastics parts used in medical devices, face shields and other critical PPE?  With 1 to 3 working day lead times on most standard size blocks, we can help you..

07 Feb

Cal Poly Human Powered Vehicle Breaks 26 Year Old School Record!

  • February 7, 2020
  • Tai Freligh

Last year we brought you the story of how engineering students at Cal Poly used Precision Board urethane tooling to make fairings for their human-powered vehicle.  We also told you that the team withdrew from the ASME competition and decided instead to compete at Battle Mountain, Nevada in September 2019 in order to beat the..

03 Jan

Creating Topographic Maps Worthy of the Royal Alberta Museum

  • January 3, 2020
  • Tai Freligh

Coastal Enterprises, manufacturers of Precision Board HDU, is proud to host guest blogs written by some of the signage industry’s biggest movers and shakers, posted to the Precision Board Blog.  This guest blog was written by Jason Hakki of Rapid Gantry in Prince Rupert, British Columbia, Canada.  He talks about machining topographic maps for the Royal..

06 Dec

CNC Routing Topographical Maps Saves Time & Money over 3D Printing

  • December 6, 2019
  • Tai Freligh

Are you currently spending the time and money to 3D print topographical maps and wondering if there is a better solution? That’s just what a customer asked Techno CNC Systems to look into.  Bob Valentine, an applications engineer at Techno, did a time study using one of their Titan CNC machines on Precision Board HDU..

03 Dec

Cal Poly Students Design & Build Adaptive Paddleboard from Urethane Foam

  • December 3, 2019
  • Tai Freligh

Cal Poly San Luis Obispo requires a Senior Capstone Project that is the culmination of a student’s undergrad education.  Each year groups of 3 to 4 students pick a “real world” project sponsored by industry or the community and devote three quarters to the design, build and testing of their project.  One such group took..