Digital printed materials from Ponoko

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#1

Got this in an e-mail. Thought the group would be interested.


#2

If it ain’t baroque, don’t fix it. :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes:

(Sorry, couldn’t resist. Cool material.)


#3

I was going to type that! :blush:


#4

Wow…what an original idea…:neutral_face:

I’m sure I wasn’t the first either…lmao


#5

Thought that looked familiar! Chuckle! :grinning:

You know, we can also make our own, very easily, with spray adhesive and wrapping paper.
(Just sayin!)


#6

I haven’t checked on the price yet. But the part about not being able to glue it without epoxy. I’ll wait for some patterns I like better.


#7

Well thats not very useful…:unamused:


#8

To be fair, I think they say you get better results and may have problems with other glues. But we kinda know what that means.


#9

It’s probably the coating they use…mdf doesnt like to hold coatings because of its smooth surface I guess…I tend to rough it up a bit if I need to join larger pieces together…
I dont use alot of mdf as I prefer the Baltic birch ability to take a stain.


#10

I’ve seen this video floating around. MDF would probably not hold up well to the amount of water used in the process.


#11

Or it’s modern equivalent.


#12

There is water resistant MDF. But nevertheless…


#13

Yep this is what I was thinking of, and for the price point this is probably what I’ll do.