24" x 24" X 1/2" Homasote Board

$12.95 USD
Item# 5176
Availability: Expected to be available August 10, 2020. Subject to change. Pre-order now!

Product Features

  • Heat resistant work surface is perfect for cutting glass, assembling stained glass and soldering
  • Large size is versatile - measures approximately 24" 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. Large size is perfect for creating 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 24" x 24" x 1/2".

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3 out of 5 stars
  •   Just a little too dense
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Pros : Good surface to solder on, holds tacks securely
Cons : Hard to stick pins into, have to hammer tacks in
Other Thoughts : This makes a decent surface to work on, but it's a little too hard to use straight pins on. It can be done, but they're really hard to put in. And, the pushpins that come with the Morton system, well, I have to use the hammer to get those in all the way. Insulation board makes a much better surface. Also, I bought several sheets to cover a large surface with and found that they're not a uniform thickness, causing my work surface to be uneven. So, I'm going to find a big sheet of insulation board instead.
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  •   Great heat resistant surface
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Pros : Makes an excellent work surface. I can’t do my glass projects without it. It’s lightweight and porous so tacks go in easily.
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