16" x 24" Homasote Board

$8.95 USD
Item# 5182
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  • Heat resistant surface is ideal for solering
  • Use with layout blocks for panel assembly
  • Great multi-purpose surface - a must have in every studio!
  • Convenient size is versitile - measures approximately 16" x 24" x 1/2"


Product Description

One surface for cutting, assembling, soldering and more!
Homasote Board in an essential for any stained glass studio. Made from pressed fiberboard, homasote is heat resistant and ideal for cutting, soldering and assembly of stained glass. Medium size is perfect for suncatchers and small panels. Use with Layout Blocks for perfect panels. When using it for assembly, works well with either push pins or horseshoe nails based on your preference. Board measures approximately 16" x 24" x 1/2". 

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  •   Love this stuff
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Pros : I do everything on this surface. I like that it reforms itself when I am using pins to hold pieces in place.
Cons : None yet.
Other Thoughts : Would love to have a whole work table of this stuff.
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  •   size is perfect for multiple projects
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Pros : I often have more than one project going at a time (rather common, I think!). These boards are sturdy enough to move projects on and off my worktable, yet light enough for me to handle even with a fairly large project pinned to it. I was very glad to find these at Delphi - it's amazing to me that these boards are difficult to find locally.
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Pros : I have used this board for about a year now and still works super. pins are hard to push in but this is good cause they don't fall out either if you bump th
Cons : only con is that flux does soak up into board BUT if you apply a small layer of clear paint or something like this it will stop it soaking it up . I used primer and sealed it up and when it gets too dirty just sealed it over again stillworks. Just be sure to check paint or whatever you seal it with as far as burning with an iron. so far been ok using primer sealer and keeping a neat clean surface to work on.
Other Thoughts : please on above primer sealer read the can for heat uses. some are flamable!! use a latex primer sealer and I have been ok so far. and it does look nicer with a clean white surface to work on and helps with seeing thru glass some. Just use latex primer sealer and should be ok. if in doubt go to paint store take board with you and ask there.
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