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Old 18-12-2018, 11:34   #1
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Nida-Core H8PP Plain 1/4"

Does anyone know where to purchase Nida-Core in the Seattle area ? The only place I've found it was in Florida and cost three times the cost of material to ship.


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Old 19-12-2018, 03:17   #2
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Does anyone know where to purchase Nida-Core in the Seattle area ? The only place I've found it was in Florida and cost three times the cost of material to ship.


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Have you tried

Fiberglass Supply
11824 Water Tank Rd | Burlington, WA 98233

http://www.fiberglasssupply.com/Ordering/ordering.html

I have no idea though. I've thought I'd do a bit of googling and all I could find is agents in Australia so I used DuckDuckGo search engine and came up with that.

Maybe you could look at

North American Composoites
WASHINGTON
1904 B Street NW, Suite 110
Auburn, WA 98001
800-735-8667
253-351-9994
FAX 253-876-9084
https://www.nacomposites.com/userfil...ine%20Card.pdf

Nida-core is owned by 3M Company so maybe they have agents in Washington?
https://duckduckgo.com/?q=3m+co+seat...sa&t=h_&ia=web


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Greetings and welcome aboard the CF, RJ.



Composites One LLC Locations:

Arlington, Washington
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19105 63rd Avenue NE
Arlington, WA
98223-8729
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Phone: (360) 435-5501

Vancouver, Washington
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Vancouver, WA
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Phone: (360) 885-1100

West Sacramento, California
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Langley, British Columbia
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Composites One LLC Locations:

Well DuckDuckGo didn't link me to Composite One. (maybe it referenced an out-of-date site?)
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Composites One ➥ https://www.compositesone.com/?gclid...SAAEgKyRPD_BwE
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Re: Nida-Core H8PP Plain 1/4"

A friend once bought a pile of nida core at Boeing Surplus. Certainly a hit or miss but some amazing finds there I once found titanium scrap tha made nice chain plates. Good luck
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I can't see it listed there. Am I going blind!!

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Well Composite One sell Honeycomb which may be a generic term for a whole lot of products (including Nida-Core)?

Honeycomb cores are manufactured from a wide variety of materials including, fire-resistant Nomex®, aluminum, and thermoplastics, most commonly, polypropylene. These cores are available in a range of cell sizes and cell wall thickness to provide a wide scope of mechanical and thermal properties that perform in demanding and critical applications.
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Re: Nida-Core H8PP Plain 1/4"

Aso called nidaplast and polycore
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Re: Nida-Core H8PP Plain 1/4"

Hope I'm not hi-jacking the thread but I have been doing some googling and I'm intrigued by roadside "things" in Ottawa.

In the first photo are they post boxes for the street? (In Australia each house has a letter box in front of the house)

We have wheelie bins too for household rubbish (red lid) and a yellow colored lid bin for recycled material - paper, plastic, tins, jars... But I can't work out what the other two semi-circle bins are.

Can someone put me out of my agony!!!

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I'm based in Seattle and haven't found a local source of Nidacore. However, marine.com shipping seems quite reasonable (~$20) so you may want to consider their Nidacore products -- https://www.marine.com/store/c/796-NidaCore.html
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