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Old 01-08-2017, 01:31 PM   #1
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Wacky wood==Bendable

Anyone have any experience?

http://www.boulterplywood.com/FlexiblePlywood_4.htm
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Just saved it to my favorites, definitely gonna research it more.
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Yea--the stuff is awesome. It's made two different ways-barrel + column- for the direction you need to bend it. Saw it used as the backing of a headliner in custom build. A million things it could be good for in a bus.
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Yea--the stuff is awesome. It's made two different ways-barrel + column- for the direction you need to bend it. Saw it used as the backing of a headliner in custom build. A million things it could be good for in a bus.
IRRC Some used thin mahogany door skins for door panels.
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AKA... "Bender Board". Coll stuff!
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