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Lasercut formafoam??

Discussion in 'Design and technology' started by KatiW, Jan 5, 2012.

  1. Anyone know the constiuents of formafoam? Hopefully it doesn't contain chlorine!
    Has anyone used it on the laser cutter?

    Many thanks xx
     
  2. Anyone know the constiuents of formafoam? Hopefully it doesn't contain chlorine!
    Has anyone used it on the laser cutter?

    Many thanks xx
     
  3. Well looking at a website it appears to be a polyurethane based foam ranther than a chlorine based one. Dont quote me on this but the best thing to do is to try a piece after school time not only to work out settings etc but to also see how much if any gas comes off if any but it will smell and the edges may go a bit soft and suwishy.
     

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