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Old 03-11-2014, 15:14   #1
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Duroplastic Hexalite cores?

Has anyone tried Duroplastic Hexalite as a core material? Their website says that unlike some other polypropylene cores they're water proof and can be filled with foam for increased insulation (as well as additional sheer strength I'd assume? Though I didn't see mention of any specifications for that).

Just wondering if this is an "up and coming" core material, or completely useless for this purpose.

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