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Hello to all, looked around the forum & main site and there's a lot of good information here.

I hope to ask and answer the odd question ............. specialist area is EPS (expanded polystyrene foam) hence the handle foamcutter, we cut foam for a wide range of uses. Won't go into here with a first post don't want to appear to be doing a self promotion thing.

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Yo, FC................(I'm too idle to type in foamcutter)

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heeelllllllloooooo and welcome foamcutter :grin: :grin: :grin: :grin: :grin:

nice to see you here you will enjoy it here :wink:

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Hi foamcutter,

welcome to UHM :thumbright:

Foam cutting looks interesting, I had no idea that it was ever cut to shapes like in your avatar :shock:

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Foam cutting looks interesting, I had no idea that it was ever cut to shapes like in your avatar


Cutting it into unusual shapes is only one thing, the places that it is used is another, from large scale props at a theme park to creating a golf green that floats in a lake in America. We haven't done any of that but it amazes me where you can find foam being used.

To give you a little more information http://www.epsmolders.org


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Hello foamcutter. I like your logo. Welcome to the forums.


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