Sheet, UHMW, Black, 3/8 In T, 12x12 In
Average Rating: 5
|Type||Tivar Eco Recycled|
|Min. Temp. Rating (Deg. F)||-22|
|Max. Temp. (F)||180|
|Tensile Strength (PSI)||4500|
- Tivar Eco
- For less demanding, non-FDA applications. A blend of virgin and reclaimed TIVAR . Provides excellent wear-resistance and UV stability. Approximately 80% recycled materials.
- Material is moisture-, odor-, and stain-resistant. For wear applications, especially in contact with metals. Can be easily machined with ordinary woodworking tools. Widely used in industrial applications such as chute linings, dock bumpers, paper machine parts, and conveyor wear strips.
- Tensile strength: 4500 psi Continuous use temp.: 180 F Heat deflection temp.: 116 F
Average Product Rating: 5based on 3 reviews
Great for router templatesTuesday, January 22, 2013
I purchased a couple of these sheets to make template guides for routering out bowls and trays. It works great, and can be milled with ordinary woodworking tools. The surface is pretty slick, so moving them around on a router table is easy.
Panels were slightly warped upon arrival. For the price, they should be perfectly flat, but oh well. I've got them sandwiched under something heavy on a flat surface to try to true them up. Even slightly warped, it shouldn't effect my intended use for them.
Awesome MousepadFriday, March 09, 2012
Like the other reviewer I bought this as a mousepad. It's a bit thicker than needed but its *slick*. I'm not sure if the flecked texture pattern is normal for UHMW or because this is reclaimed product but its the perfect mouse surface. Anywhere I need to use a mouse from now on will have this as its surface.
1/4" instead of 3/8" would improve it I think.
Plastic GoldTuesday, September 06, 2011
So I was originally going to order the 1/4" product, but I was very promptly informed soon after my order that it would not be available for several weeks. I requested to have it changed to this particular one and the customer service was quite prompt and changed the order without complaint. I actually use the slab itself for a mouse pad, one that I hope will last years. It works phenomenally well for its intended purpose.
Slick, black, solid.
Slides a bit on the wood it's on (might need to get rubber feet or something) and it was just slightly warped from transit, but it's not enough to affect my usage of it.