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26 Aug
2019

National Composites Week

  • August 26, 2019
  • Tai Freligh
  • 84 views

To celebrate National Composites Week, we will be sharing information on how Precision Board HDU is used as part of an effort to promote the innovation and creativity fueling growth in the composites industry and draw attention to the outstanding opportunities that a career in the industry can provide. Precision Board high-density urethane tooling board..

11 Jan
2019

Using Multiple CNC Passes to Get Clean Edge Detail When Routing HDU

When James Spouler with Mainland Woodworks got the job to update the signage at the Southlands Riding Club in Vancouver, BC, Canada, he used 15lb and 18lb Precision Board HDU to give the signs some depth and durability. Spouler also used multiple CNC router passes to get clean and deep lettering. Read on to see..

10 Oct
2018

UCSD Human-Powered Submarine Mold-Making

  • October 10, 2018
  • Tai Freligh
  • 379 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..

14 May
2018

Creating an Architectural Gable with Precision Board HDU

When Shane Durnford created an architectural gable for a home, he used Precision Board HDU and hand-carved the incredible detail into it. For him it was a return to sign work & he couldn’t be happier about it. Shane talks about bringing this work of art to life through craftsmanship, skill and the use of Precision Board..

09 Apr
2018

Putting the Glass in Gramma’s Bloomers

When Kenna McCulluh wanted to make a sign for her side business, Gramma’s Bloomers, she decided to use the leftover Precision Board HDU pieces from larger projects at the full time sign company she owns, Custom Sign Center, LLC in Idaho.  She wanted to make a smaltz sign, but decided to crush her own glass from the..