dakippen wrote:Since I'm waiting for my trailer parts to arrive, I'm working on design and layout. Since I live in MN and where most of my camping is done, I'm considering a 3-layer wall.
The outside I assume will be plywood of some sort, then a layer of insulation and then the interior wall. For my interior walls, instead of being blank, I plan on "wallpapering" with maps and atlas pages. What would be a good thin material for something like this? And I would probably do the wallpapering before putting the walls up....
Thank you for your thoughts and ideas...
dakippen wrote:So what type of canvas PMF would be used??
noseoil wrote:1/8" baltic birch inside & outside, with 3/4" in the middle which provides hard points for attachments & foam inserts for insulation worked for us. It's strong, light & stiff. We did cover with aluminum skins, just for durability. Tried & true, easy to build & strong. Materials are readily available.
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