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This foam is easily contoured using a large knife, and then sands well to final form. Excellent for producing the fuselage, wing tips, and other curved parts. It is fuel resistant and can be used for fuel cells. Compatible with most adhesives. Colors Available in Tan color only.

Density = 2 lbs per cubic foot.

Do not hot wire polyurethane foam.
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Great for making mold patterns. Easy to work with but also easy to break. Will order again

Stephen L
January 5, 2021

Shipped quick arrived with a little no damage. Aircraft spruce took care of everything by getting me the foam quick and undamaged.

February 2, 2019

Great product. Easy to shape and work with. Made my glass project a snap.

Tom W
March 29, 2018

Great for student project composite airfoils.

Ed B
November 27, 2017

This foam is what it is. Polyurethane foam. Easy to work with. Easy to carve or sand. Very easy to damage if not handled correctly. I was pleased to see how well Aircraft Spruce packed the foam. The foam arrived with little to no damage from shipping. I cant rate the foam but I give 5 stars to Aircraft Spruce for there effort to get the foam to me quickly and undamaged.

Steve P
September 11, 2017

4 stars because it was packed/shipped well and Aircraft Spruce was great, but canât really recommend the foam. Extremely brittle and so powdery you can groove it just by dragging a finger over it. Iâm used to 2lb surfboard-specific PU, which is somehow MUCH stronger and more durable. This stuff would be fine for model making, but just too fragile for real core material in my opinion.

January 19, 2020

Very poor quality. Almost every surface had damage

Bill E
October 12, 2020


Q: Can epoxy resin be used on this foam? Will the heat from the resin curing melt the foam?

Epoxies can be used with this foam without any problems.

Q: Is this polyurethane foam closed or open cell foam?

This is a closed cell foam.

Q: Is this polyurethane foam closed or open cell foam?

This is a closed cell foam.

Q: Is this polyurethane foam bendable? Can I bend and fix it into curved shapes?

This foam can be slightly bent. Although there is no documentation on what the limitations are.

Q: What is the thickness of this polyurethane foam?

The thickness is one of the drop down selections on this page. It is available in 1/2", 3/4", 1" and 2".

Q: What is the hot service temperature of this foam?

300 degrees F.

Q: Can vinylester resins be used with this foam?

Yes, it can be used with urethane foam. As well as Last-A-Foam, and Divinycell.

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