Ira wrote:What the heck was that stuff discussed here that was used for truck bedliners? And there was this other stuff used for industrial flooring.
Anyone remember? (One was "rubbery," I think.) I cleaned out a lot of my internet favorites, and those were two sites that I trashed.
Both companies sent me materials on the products, and both looked really good for folks looking for this kind of roof.
madjack wrote:poly max board may be an option for you to use...no one has actually used it that I know of but it does look promising...
Volvord 784VC wrote:madjack wrote:poly max board may be an option for you to use...no one has actually used it that I know of but it does look promising...
I have used products similar to this for may project (although not a teardrop) The product is a HDPE (High Density Polyethylene) that often goes under the name of "puckboard". It truly is almost indestructible and easy to work with, the only problem is that NOTHING will stick to it, the only way to connect it to anything is using mechanical fasteners like screws. If it were used as the outer skin and a structural member by gluing directly to the spars it would not stick and this would reduce the overall strength of the roof panel, but if it was just used as a covering it would work excellent.
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